Synsets for "sell"

Synset: sell.n.01

Synonyms: sell

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: the activity of persuading someone to buy

Examples: it was a hard sell

Lemmas: sell

Hypernym: sale

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Synset: sell.v.01

Synonyms: sell

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: exchange or deliver for money or its equivalent

Examples: He sold his house in January | She sells her body to survive and support her drug habit

Lemmas: sell

Hypernym: exchange

Hyponym: auction bootleg clear deaccession dispose dump foist_off move negociate prostitute realize remainder resell retail sacrifice scalp sell_off sell_short syndicate undersell wholesale

Antonyms: buy

    

Synset: sell.v.02

Synonyms: sell

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: be sold at a certain price or in a certain way

Examples: These books sell like hot cakes

Lemmas: sell

Hypernym: be

Hyponym: retail trade

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Synset: sell.v.03

Synonyms: sell

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: persuade somebody to accept something

Examples: The French try to sell us their image as great lovers

Lemmas: sell

Hypernym: persuade

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Synset: deal.v.06

Synonyms: deal

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: do business; offer for sale as for one's livelihood

Examples: She deals in gold | The brothers sell shoes

Lemmas: deal sell trade

Hypernym: transact

Hyponym: black_marketeer deal market peddle push pyramid

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Synset: sell.v.05

Synonyms: sell

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: give up for a price or reward

Examples: She sold her principles for a successful career

Lemmas: sell

Hypernym: surrender

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Synset: sell.v.06

Synonyms: sell

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: be approved of or gain acceptance

Examples: The new idea sold well in certain circles

Lemmas: sell

Hypernym: be

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Synset: sell.v.07

Synonyms: sell

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: be responsible for the sale of

Examples: All her publicity sold the products

Lemmas: sell

Hypernym: be

Hyponym:

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Synset: betray.v.02

Synonyms: betray

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: deliver to an enemy by treachery

Examples: Judas sold Jesus | The spy betrayed his country

Lemmas: betray sell

Hypernym: deceive

Hyponym: double_cross

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Soft sell Theorists have examined the value of repetition for soft sell versus hard sell messages, in order to determine their relative efficacy. Frank Kardes and others have concluded that a soft sell, with an implied conclusion rather than an overt hard sell, can often be more persuasive. Soft sell is also less likely to be irritating to consumers.
Sell-through Sell-through = Sales 100 units / Beginning Inventory (BOM) 1300 = 7.69% Sell-through in May.
Sell, Sell, Sell Sell, Sell, Sell is the third studio album by British musician David Gray, released in April 1996 by EMI. Two promotional-only singles were released: "Faster Sooner Now" and "Late Night Radio".
Clay Sell Sell was born in Texas on April 28, 1967 to Judy and George Sell. He is one of four children, Julie Swindle, Rob Sell, and Tom Sell. He married Alisa Malechek and they have three children, John, Robert, and Mary Margaret Sell. After resigning from office, he and his family moved to Dallas to work at Hunt Energy Horizons, where he is currently president. He currently lives there with his family.
Sell-through Sell through refers to sales made directly (Direct sales). Sell in, on the other hand, refers to sales made through a channel.
Pete Sell Sell then faced Nordine Taleb at Ring of Combat 38 on November 18, 2011. Sell lost the bout via technical knockout in the second round.
Charles H. Brower He was described as "MADISON Avenue's favorite phrasemaker" and was also known for his advertising approach of "smart" sell. As he said: "there is no such thing as the hard sell or the soft sell. There is only the smart sell and the stupid sell."
SS Mona's Isle (1830) Attempts to sell "Mona's Isle" commenced in 1837, however such efforts to sell her failed.
Hard sell A hard sell may alienate some customers, who find it off-putting. Sometimes the pressuring nature that comes along with hard sell tactics can overwhelm a consumer to the point where they dismiss the sales pitch or turn away from the advertisement altogether. Emotional appeal is more involved in a soft sell and with the absence of this in a hard sell, business can be lost if consumers do not respond well to the tactics, especially when times are hard. During the Great Depression, soft sell tactics, like brand relationship and humor, proved to be successful approaches when selling to consumers. People's inability to spend on luxuries required some wooing to be done in order for a sell to go through. More direct hard sell tactics pushed away already stressed, calloused minded consumers during this time period of economic hardship.
X3: Reunion Shipyards sell ships and stations to the player. The player can sell and repair their ships at shipyards.
Craver Farmstead couldn't sell his property, but only the lease, to another. If he wished to sell the "quarter sale
Tamarindo, Costa Rica There are several shops in Tamarindo that sell and rent surf boards. They also sell related equipment and clothing.
Alexander Elder Year. His latest book is "The New Sell & Sell Short: How to Take Profits, Cut Losses, and Benefit from Price
Microstock photography A number of microstock sites also sell vector art, and some sell Flash animations and video as well as images.
Customer insight Cross-Sell Analysis identifies product and service relationships to better understand which are the most popular product combinations. Any identified relationships can then be used to cross-sell and up-sell in the future.
Short (finance) In contrast to a traditional merchant who starts out to "buy low, sell high", a short-seller starts out to "sell high, buy low", or even to "buy high, sell low" when this buy is in fact "on tick".
Deaf Dumb Blind From Clawfinger's Facebook page: "The record company expected the album to sell around 5,000 copies. We were sure it would sell more, but no one expected it to sell nearly 700,000 copies."
Situationist Comedy The song title "Sell the House Sell the Car Sell the Kids Find Someone Else Forget It I'm Never Coming Back Forget It" is a reference to the film "Apocalypse Now".
Galley (kitchen) The first airplane kitchen was invented (patented) by Werner Sell (Georg Robert Werner Sell) of Germany in 1930; the first fitted kitchens were delivered 1954, by 1955 Lufthansa had all their commercial planes fitted with a Sell galley. In 1955 Sell also began fitting train coaches with kitchens, from 1960 on with the newly developed convection oven.
Sell-side analyst A sell-side analyst works for a brokerage firm and evaluates companies for future earnings growth and other investment criteria. They sometimes place recommendations on stocks or other securities, typically phrased as "buy", "sell", or "hold." They offer their recommendations to clients. A proper title for some sell-side analysts is Equity Research Analyst.