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Synonyms for sell

trade

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deal in

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be priced at

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be bought

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promote

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sell out: be bought up

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sell out: betray your ideals

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  • betray your ideals
  • abandon your principles
  • demean yourself
  • degrade yourself

sell out of something

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  • run out of
  • be fresh out of
  • be cleaned out of
  • be out of stock of

sell someone short: swindle

sell someone short: underestimate

Synonyms for sell

to succeed in causing (a person) to act in a certain way

sell for: to achieve (a certain price)

sell for: to require a specified price

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sell off: to get rid of completely by selling, especially in quantity or at a discount

sell out: to get rid of completely by selling, especially in quantity or at a discount

sell out: to be treacherous to

Synonyms for sell

the activity of persuading someone to buy

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be sold at a certain price or in a certain way

persuade somebody to accept something

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give up for a price or reward

be approved of or gain acceptance

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be responsible for the sale of

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deliver to an enemy by treachery

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1237 to sell up to five subdivided lots to five individuals and still receive long-term capital gain treatment on the sale of these lots.
The price, expressed in terms of cash equivalents, at which property would change hands between a hypothetical willing and able buyer and a hypothetical willing and able seller, acting at arm's length in an open and unrestricted market, when neither is under compulsion to buy or sell and when both have reasonable knowledge of the relevant facts.
You should sell an individual stock because you are not confident of the future of the company," advises Pat Dorsey, director of stock analysis at Morningstar Inc.
Breyer's majority opinion takes this into account, suggesting that the time Sell has spent in the U.
While it may not be as glamorous as going to review a resort, travel insurance provides better-than-average margins than the sale of travel services, and travel agents will want to sell it," said Wautier Robyns, spokesman for the Belgian Insurance Companies, a trade association.
This third-party entity then sells the shareholders' stock to the buying corporation for all cash, recognizing no capital gains since the third-party entity's tax basis in the sold stock equals the amount of the promissory note by which the stock was purchased from the selling shareholders.
Another way to use limit orders on the sell side is to enter "stop-loss" orders with your broker, A stop-loss order is used primarily to limit losses on profitable stock positions.
If they sell their current residence in 2000 for $700,000, their gain is $625,000 ($700,000 - $75,000 basis), $500,000 of which may be excluded.
Thus, cooperatives where boards are now run or are trying to be run by tenant shareholders are finding themselves pitted once more against sponsors who don't have an incentive to sell apartments.
To some investors, when a stock has risen 100% it's time to sell but not necessarily time to bail out of the stock altogether.
1034-1(b) as expenses incurred to assist in the sale of the old residence; such expenses must be incurred within the 90-day period ending on the day on which the contract to sell the old residence is entered into and be paid within 30 days of the sale.
Stepp also notes that you don't need to sell all of your shares once the price shoots up.
Many studios and production companies have online stores that sell mass-produced items related to popular movies or shows.
NACS estimates that these stores sell approximately three-quarters of all the motor fuels purchased in the country.
Although the Waste Management example is an extreme case, insiders such as directors, officers and key executives may be sending valuable signals when they sell their company's shares.