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To sell something

disintermediate

verb

to remove middlemen such as retailers from a supply chain by providing goods and services directly to the consumer

mis-sell

verb

to sell something, especially a financial product, to someone who does not need it and often cannot use it

upsell

verb

to persuade a customer to buy more of a product or a more expensive product than they had intended

mis-selling

noun

upselling

noun

sell

verb

to exchange something for money

retail

verb

to sell goods directly to the public for their own use

peddle

verb

to sell something on the street or by going to customers, rather than in a shop

auction

verb

to sell something at an auction

stock

verb

if a shop stocks goods, it has them available for sale

kabaddi

a game in which two teams of seven players take turns to chase and try to touch players on the opposing team

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