Going once, going twice, sold!(redirected from going once going twice sold)
Going once, going twice, sold!
1. cliché Words commonly said by an auctioneer at the close of bidding for a particular item. I've got $350, can anyone do better than $350? No? OK, going once, going twice, sold! To the gentleman in the big fluffy hat.
2. cliché Used by extension to indicate that someone's offer (for something) has been accepted to the exclusion of others'. A: "Look, I'll give you $50 for the game—no one here is going to do better than that." B: "Going once, going twice, sold!"
See also: going
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