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resell

/riːˈsɛl/
verb (transitive) -sells, -selling, -sold
1.
to sell (something) one has previously bought; sell on
Derived Forms
reseller, noun
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  • They bought the stock merely in order to resell it at a higher figure.

  • Do you mean to say you are not asking me if we will resell the libretto?

    The Way of Ambition Robert Hichens
  • I am sure he knows he could resell it at an advance to Jacques Sennier.

    The Way of Ambition Robert Hichens
  • The sales of salt were mostly retail, but some bought to resell.

  • I built myself a house and bought cattle to resell, and whatever I touched grew just like a honeycomb.

    The Satyricon, Complete Petronius Arbiter
  • To defeat their schemes the Confederate agents bought back large amounts in bonds intending to resell.

    The Day of the Confederacy Nathaniel W. Stephenson

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