Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Sell"

The meaning of "Sell" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does sold mean?
A: "sold" could be used in many different ways. One way is to be swayed by someone's words. EXAMPLE: " You have me sold." It means that what ever that person told you to convince you of has convinced you and you will go along with it.
Another way is an item purchased by a person. EXAMPLE: " I sold it to that little boy right there." It means that you (Or someone else) had an object and the little boy came to buy it off you (or that person).
Q: What does I'm sold mean?
A: Someone convinced you:
1. Of their point of view;
2. That maybe you should buy their product
Q: What does you've sold it to me mean?
A: 私を説得したという意味だと思います。

(私は買いたくなる ・ 信じるようになるほど説得した)
Q: What does I'm sold. mean?
A: It can also be used if someone convinces you to something and in that case it would mean "you convicted me"
Q: What does I'm sold ! mean?
A: I'll buy it (about something you are selling to me)

or

you've convinced me (about an idea)

Example sentences using "Sell"

Q: Please show me example sentences with sell out.
A: The concert was a sell out. (This means that all the tickets were sold)
I hope they don't sell out of milk before we get to the shop.
Q: Please show me example sentences with sold out.
A: they had no more pencils left in stock. they were sold out.

They sold out all of their shoes, so I was not able to buy any more
Q: Please show me example sentences with sold .
A: "You sold my bag?!"
"Sold, to the lady in white!"
"You sold me?"
"He sold the dirty clothes at a cheap price."
Q: Please show me example sentences with sold out.
A: "Sold out" is usually used for things like tickets or items in shops, for example:
- The tickets to her show were sold out after an hour.
- She wanted this jumper in her size, but it was sold out.

Synonyms of "Sell" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between sell and dispensed ?
A: Dispense: to give (especially when a machine is the subject)
The vending machine dispensed a bottle of soda.
Sell: uru
Q: What is the difference between sell and vend ?
A: People don’t usually say vend. You will hear, “I want to sell my car” but not “I want to vend my car”. Saying vend sounds weird.
Q: What is the difference between sold out and out of stock ?
A: sold out means that the product is running out and wont be re-stocked, while out of stock means though one product is in 0 quantity, it will still be made.
Q: What is the difference between sell sth. at $10 and sell sth. for $10 ?
A: Selling something *at* $10 implies you are a shop or business and that $10 is your standard price.

Selling something *for *$10 could be an individual exchange
Q: What is the difference between sell and peddle and vend ?
A: You need to sell the books.
He peddles vegetables from 9 to 5.
They can vend their products again tomorrow.

Translations of "Sell"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 最近一番売れているラーメンはどれですか

Which is the best sell ramen recently.
A: Which is the best-selling ramen recently?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? We can’t sell the rest of muffins tomorrow. Does that sound natural? Do I also say “muffins’ rest”?
A: [We can't sell the rest of THE muffins tomorrow.] S' is used differently. [EXAMPLE: My parents' dog is cute. = My mom and dad's dog is cute.] [EXAMPLE: I wash my sisters' clothes. = I wash Anna, Bailey, and Emily's clothes.]
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sell / sale
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i don't will sell or I will don’t sell ?
A: i will not sell
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sell me down the river
A: That's the correct idiom and it means to do something that hurts someone who trusted you or the other way around.

Other questions about "Sell"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce sells .
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce sell ,sew,.
A: its more like the "sou" in "soup".. it has an uhh sound rather than an ohh sound
Q: We don’t sell this individual. does this sound natural?
A: “We don’t sell this individually.” :)
Q: Please show me how to pronounce She sells them. How to link the “s”and the ”th” sounds?.
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Q: Sell, say, interesting,
sell, say, interesting,
sell, say, interesting. does this sound natural?
A: it's really good. just be careful when you say "interesting". you can sounds more natural.

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