Traducción de sell en Español:

sell

vender, v.

Pronunciación /sɛl/

Ver definición en Español de vender

verbo transitivo sold, sold

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    • 1.1

      (goods/house/shares/player/insurance) vender
      to sell sth to sb, to sell sb sth venderle algo a algn
      to sell sth for sth vender algo en / por algo

      • they sold the painting for $2,000
      to sell sth at sth
      • they are selling it at half price/at $320/at a discount
      • to sell sth at a loss
      • they sell them at a profit
      we don't sell batteries no vendemos pilas
      • sell by 11.4.12 fecha límite de venta: 11-4-12
      • The leasing driver has the chance to buy the car outright, renegotiate a lease, or they are sold to a car auction.
      • Is the site being sold to make money for Hackney council?
      • To clarify, I don't mind waiting until all the puppies are sold to collect money.
      • Although international donors encouraged the sale, the government failed to explain where the money went, or whom the grain was sold to.
      • If it was sold to a developer, a considerable amount of money could change hands.
      • He made his money selling car stickers in a business which became the second biggest in the world.
      • It was sold to a private collector at the auction.
      • When the first edition was sold out, the rights in the book were sold to a mainstream trade publisher, who issued it with revisions and a slightly altered title.
      • A special leather-bound edition will be sold to raise money for emergency workers and their families.
      • Regardless of which site is chosen, the present further education site is to be sold to raise money for the development.
      • The filly was sold to a private breeder for a large amount of money.
      • ‘Consider restricting your opening hours or employ a strict policy as to whom alcohol is sold to,’ she advised.
      • But as property prices soar and demand for second homes rises, unprofitable sporting estates are worth more when broken up and assets are sold off.
      • As the Depression deepened, farmers across the Midwest began to gather at farms being sold off to break up the proceedings.
      • But she stopped short of confirming that she would refuse an export licence if the Doncaster-built locomotive was sold to a foreign buyer.
      • It was a brand new, clean memory stick when it was sold to a reputable dealer.
      • The dresser was sold to a private buyer in the ‘north country’.
      • His collection was sold off and dispersed in 1936, examples going to the Museum of London, Tower of London and York Castle Museum.
      • One phone was sold to the stallholders just 40 minutes after it had been stolen from its owner while another phone was taken from a car while the driver was at a funeral.
      • The products are then sold to various clients, including farmers, the forestry commission, local authorities and garden centres.
      • He says the stores that sell them are running stock clearance sales just now and they're to be had for a good price.
      • That means stocking, promoting and selling hunting products.
      • Specialist hi-fi stores do sell the high end famous brands as well: Toshiba, Sony, Pioneer, Marantz.
      • They said the park's units were only supposed to be available for retailers selling bulky items such as carpets, furniture and electrical white goods.
      • Sizes go up to only 16, but the site sells ranges not available in smaller stores.
      • Attack the stores and retailers selling undesirable ice cream.
      • I would also deliver items to stores where people worked to stock and sell them.
      • You know my supplements are sold on my Web site and they're also sold in retail stores like Whole Foods.
      • It seems that a company called Brands on Sale, which sells children's Halloween costumes, is now marketing wizard costumes for boys and witch costumes for girls.
      • Active SCSI terminators are available at any PC store that sells SCSI devices.
      • We create a sales force that actually sells those products.
      • Is it showing how you can help someone or the stereotype of the pushy, obnoxious sales associate selling a service or product for which you have no need?
      • Perhaps you are a salesperson or sales executive responsible for selling goods or products for one or many companies.
      • Mixtures containing these are available from companies selling spices and seasonings.
      • In my outline of the different venues available to sell your work I have not mentioned books or magazines.
      • We are going into every retail store that sells the shirts and removing them.
      • This interesting business opportunity, often using the web as a sales forum, sells ex-company cars, lease cars and PCP cars direct to the public and to employees.
      • I carried on looking at different shops selling their wares.
      • The store sells clothing, household goods, small furniture and garden implements.
      • Our stock is small simply because supermarkets sell popular books cheaper than we can buy them.

    • 1.2(achieve sales figure of)

      her novel sold a million in a year se vendieron un millón de ejemplares de su novela en un año

    • 1.3(promote)

      vender
      big stars sell movies las grandes estrellas venden películas
      • it's quality that sells our products es la calidad lo que hace que nuestros productos se vendan
      • Lecturing us on how to keep our linen cupboards tidy, we are being sold the idea that cleaning is cool and that a few crumbs under the toaster is an indication of failure.
      • With an eye on the commissions earned from these products brokers were cashing in on the equity craze at a time when the world was being sold the idea of building a share portfolio.
      • Politicians have been sold the idea that it is a big wealth-creating industry that must be cherished at all costs and now refuse to face the downside.
      • If there's no way to sell a particular good idea, then you put it on the back-burner and look at something else.
      • When we are offered a television, we are as much being sold the idea behind it as the physical reality of it.
      • Firstly, with this modern mobile stuff, consumers have been sold the idea of the Internet on their phone.
      • Why do you need to sell others on the idea of being a parent?
      • It's too soon to try to politically sell such an idea - mainly because it is a very complicated sale.
      • He was as smooth a talker as any merchant in the city streets and knew how to sell many an idea to men.
      • Well I argue that anyone who's persuaded a two-year-old to eat spinach can sell anything.
      • Is it any surprise that so many people can be sold irrational ideas, systems, devices, and philosophies?
      • What is being sold here, in short, is the idea of control.
      • Just how one sells something like this, I have no idea… so I thought I'd tell its story here and see if anyone has any suggestions.
      • The project aims to turn brainpower into big business by attracting new investment and selling Manchester as a city of ideas - a so-called Ideopolis.
      • For the moment at least, there is no talk of incentives on the Irish market, so here it will have to sell on its merits alone.
      • I just read this claptrap from someone who is selling a ‘new’ idea for moving a vehicle.
      • Style and image is everything when you're trying to sell something as nebulous as an idea.

  • 2coloquial

    (make acceptable)
    to sell sth to sb, to sell sb sth convencer a algn de algo
    • He worked in radio and sold Hollywood on the idea for the movie.
    • But trainer Rick Griffin sold Buhner on the idea that he could still be a contributor on the field and in the clubhouse.
    • Now Jerry had always wanted a poolroom, but knew he would have to sell Sherry on the idea.
    • Can I just go through, if I may, some of the advantages, because of course not everybody is sold on this idea.
    • The kids - despite not being totally sold on the idea of paper curls - did their best.
  • 3

    (betray)
    vender
    river
    the press accused them of selling their country la prensa los acusó de vender a su país
    • I feel we have been sold out by the interim management team led by Mr Dawson.
    • In his acceptance speech, Patrick talked about the raw deal given the fishermen, that they were sold out by the government.
    • A lot of us are angry because we don't know what's happening and the people who have put quite a lot of years into the company feel they have been sold out.
    • My brother is a strong person, but they felt they had been sold out.
    • This was a youth meeting, youth must be the ones speaking to work this out, and the adults had sold us out again by managing this problem, and not addressing it head on.

verbo intransitivo sold, sold

  • 1

    (person/company) vender
    we sell direct to the public vendemos directamente al público
    • buying and selling operaciones de compra y venta
  • 2

    (be sold)
    (product) venderse
    to sell at/for sth venderse a/por algo
    • Tickets for the play's 24 performances sold out in less than two days, the majority of them bought by one of the youngest audiences the theatre can recall.
    • Of the 24 professional performances, six sold out, and a further eight filled at least 85 per cent of the seats.
    • It's only the evening performances which are sold out.
    • A few tickets remain for the matinee performance at 1.30 pm Saturday but the evening performance is sold out.
    • It is only the evening performances that are sold out ahead.
    • Both Saturday performances of the Monday-Saturday show have sold out and the Friday performance is almost full.
    • Word of mouth quickly spread, performances sold out, and the show's original run was extended.
    • Please note, Monday's performance has sold out already, and prompt booking is recommended for the rest of the week.
    • Tickets for Sting's Royal Albert Hall performance are sold out already?
    • Despite this being a work that takes literally days to perform, every performance was sold out months in advance.
    • The matinee performance on Tuesday was sold out and people were turned away as all 253 seats were full.
    • Performance sold out, but some limited view seats or returns may be available from the box office
    • Both performances were sold out as parents packed the hall to see their children take centre stage.
    • Tickets are selling well and the Friday and Saturday night performances are sold out.
    • I have to sit with the usherettes because the performance has been sold out for weeks.
    • Expected to run six weeks, it became the first show in the history of Los Angeles theater to sell out 300 consecutive performances.
    • It sounded too good to be true, even as I handed over the six pounds for the front row seat (the last one left in a sell out final performance).
    • The premiere was a popular and critical success, with scheduled performances sold out almost immediately.
    • Lots of press coverage was good news for the show and the ten performances sold out.
    • The warm glow doesn't last, of course, but the beginning of the fringe is a good time to catch shows before the best ones start to sell out and the performers get too knackered to remember their jokes.
  • 3coloquial

    (prove convincing)
    (theory) tener aceptación

nombre

  • 1

    venta femenino
  • 2Britanico coloquial, anticuado

    (deception)
    estafa femenino
    engaño masculino
    camelo masculino España coloquial