sellverb

  • ja売る、売却する
  • ento give or to offer something in exchange for money

Examples

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Smelly cat, smelly cat.
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It's not your fault.
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- Wow, that's great. - Oh, yeah?
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You know, you could totally sell this.
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It'd be perfect for a kitty litter campaign.
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But as a publicly-traded company, Apple is expected to grow for its shareholders.
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And one possible way to combat declining sales is simply to raise prices.
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That enables it to have higher profit margins.
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In 2018, the price of the base Apple Watch went from $329 to $399.
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And don’t forget the time it tried to sell the Apple Gold watch for $10,000.
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And I'm so excited to be here tonight to sell you all of these cool old Greek things.
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Are there other players, like maybe Amazon or Facebook, that you’re keeping an eye on,
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that you think might jump into this pool?
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Look, everyone of those companies is looking at content.
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How do you be partners with content?
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We obviously sell our content to Amazon.
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Amazon, obviously, its Sundance made a big impact, as did Netflix, in buying new program.
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You can download and start playing 'Bejeweled' and most casual phone games right now, for free.
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Many of them make money through microtransactions,
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selling you things in the game.
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Wanna upgrade your character’s looks or abilities?
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Get an extra life or unlock new features?
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Pay a buck or two, and you’re in business.
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And so is the game.
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As I was saying, I made money cutting yards with my dad's mower.
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Sounds like hard but honest work.
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We'll pass.
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A little hard work will do you some good, and I'll loan you my mower.
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What do you think we could get if we sell his mower?
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Left out of my will.
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You will get something from Diane von Furstenberg and then all of a sudden you’ll see it at Forever 21
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in the exact same print, the exact same cut, and the exact same style.
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The only difference is quality.
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So basically, what Forever 21 is going around doing is saying,
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“I like how that looks. Let’s rip it off and sell it to the masses.”
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It was one time where I found a pair of XIIs, a pair of Jordan XIIs.
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So I bought them for, I think, $21.
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I cleaned them up, I painted them up,
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put new laces on them, and sold them for around $180.
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So this would be a loan for an ice cream store?
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Like Baskin Robbins?
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We will be selling ice cream.
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Well, I hope so.
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The business will have a mobile component.
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Yeah, I see you've underlined that several times here.
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What does that mean?
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You'll deliver?
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It obviously isn't Dwight because he has the most integrity of anyone in the office.
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What? Did you talk to Kelly?
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Yes. She said she didn't do it.
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Then 45 minutes later, the conversation ended.
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I talked to Creed, and he said he didn't do it.
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And then he tried to sell me dietary supplements.
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I started working for a company called Frito Lay's Potato Chips.
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- You ever heard of that? - Okay.
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- Yes. - I used to sell a bag and eat 3 bags.
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And I used to come up short every month.
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And I thought somebody was stealing from me, but come to find out I was stealing from myself.
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So the biggest challenge for me is how can we continue to come up with awesome ideas
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that will touch the hearts, the minds, and the stomach, because I'm selling food, of the people?
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And I think that when I talk to other CMOs, it's kind of the same.
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How can we come up with new, fresh ideas
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that will entertain, that will get people to talk about, that will get on media,
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that will be not like a commercial?
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Because if it's just a commercial, people are not going to want to consume that.

Other meanings for sell...

sellverb

  • ja売り込む、宣伝する
  • ento persuade another or others to think something is good, right, desirable, etc.
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How do we make this funny?
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The key to making it funny is that you got to sell it.
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Alright? Watch this.
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We're going down to the Lord Commander's prison colony.
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It's dangerous.
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It's life-threatening. We're probably gonna die!
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You got my back, little buddy?
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I didn't really sell that very well, did I?
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I failed her.
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What else matters?
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What you do next matters.
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Are you trying to sell me on the idea that I can set everything right?
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I'm trying to sell you on revenge.
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That's too tight.
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Just— I can sell the stunt, okay?
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You don't have to cut off the circulation.
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I've opened the Grindr app.
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And it says, "Build your profile."
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- Headline. - Try to sell yourself.
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- Rich ginger? - Rich ginger, I think, is good.
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What are some of your ideas?
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What would you do to essentially help us?
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- Oh, now you got to sell yourself? - Yeah.