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apple cart a handcart used by street vendors to sell apples.
auction to sell by means of an auction (often fol. by off). [1/2 definitions]
auctioneer to sell or offer for sale at an auction. [1/2 definitions]
black-market to buy or sell on the black market.
blockbusting the practice of inducing white homeowners to sell their property at low cost by appealing to racist fears of an influx of blacks or other minorities. [1/3 definitions]
bring to sell for (a price). [1/3 definitions]
camp follower a civilian, esp. a prostitute, who follows an army from place to place in order to sell goods or services to the soldiers. [1/2 definitions]
commission merchant one who is paid a commission to buy or sell goods for others.
dealership a sales agency authorized to sell a particular product in a particular area.
discount to buy or sell (commercial paper) at a reduction based on interest to be accumulated before maturity. [1/11 definitions]
distribute to sell or deliver. [1/3 definitions]
dognap to abduct a dog, esp. in order to sell it for laboratory use.
druggist one who is licensed to prepare and sell prescription drugs; pharmacist.
estate agent (chiefly British) one whose job is to help clients buy, sell, lease, or manage real estate; real estate agent.
fair-trade to sell at a price no less than the minimum set by the manufacturer. [1/2 definitions]
farmers' market a public market at which farmers sell fresh produce directly to consumers, and which often includes other vendors who sell handcrafted products.
fetch to bring in as a purchase price; sell for. [1/5 definitions]
florist one whose profession is keeping, arranging, or growing flowers and ornamental plants in order to sell them.
franchise a right granted by a commercial enterprise to sell a product or service in a limited territory. [2/5 definitions]
hawker2 a person who tries to sell goods by crying out or going from place to place; peddler.
huckster to sell or advertise by hawking or other verbally intensive methods. [1/4 definitions]