sell for (something)

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sell for (something)

1. To be available for purchase for a particular amount of money. This computer normally sells for nearly $2,000, but it's on sale for just $1,000 this week. They announced that their new product would sell for £500.
2. To make something available for purchase at a particular price point. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "sell" and "at." They originally wanted to sell the video game console for $500, but when sales struggled to pick up, they reduced it to $350. In order to make a profit, we'll need to sell these for at least $30 apiece.
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sell something for a certain price

to market something at a certain price. I think I can sell this for twice what I paid for it. This is selling for twice the price at the shop down the street.
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Also, players from the marquee list went for bidding where England's Ben Stokes was sold for a whopping Rs 12.5 crore to Rajasthan Royals (RR), while Glenn Maxwell was taken by Delhi Daredevils (DD) for Rs 9 crore.
A HOME with views over the River Tees sold for over half a million - making it the most expensive house sale in June.
Valley Drive, Yarm Sold for PS505,000 on June 22 Grindon Grange Cottages, Thorpe Thewles Sold for PS375,000 on June 5 Connaught Road, Nunthorpe Sold for PS373,500 on June 8 Hugill Close, Yarm Sold for PS315,000 on June 2 Coast Road, Redcar Sold for PS311,500 on June 1 St James Grove, Hart, Hartlepool Sold for PS290,000 on June 9 Wheatlands Park, Redcar Sold for PS290,000 on June 8 Lapwing Road, Hartlepool Sold for PS287,500 on June 7 Park Avenue, Wynyard Sold for PS284,000 on June 9 Abbey Court, Normanby Sold for PS275,000 on June 9 A HOME that sold for PS18,000 was the cheapest house sale on Teesside in June.
In addition, as long as the ISO stock is sold for a profit, the wash-sale rules will not apply.
Prior to the auction, Zackson noted, Dynamic sold 84 units in the 314-unit co-op, with prices ranging from $25,000 to $35,000, while pre-auction sales arranged by the auction company resulted m prices dropping to an average of $12,500 per unit, and on the day of the auction the average occupied apartment sold for $7,000.
|Peaton Street, North Ormesby, sold for PS19,000 on July 11; | Limetrees Close, Port Clarence, sold for PS25,000 on July 4; | Thornton Street, North Ormesby, sold for PS30,000 on July 6; | Cadogan Street, North Ormesby, sold for PS31,500 on July 19; | Cedar Road, Ormesby, sold for PS32,000 on July 6; | Arlington Street, Stockton, sold for PS34,000 on July 1; | Arlington Street, Stockton, sold for PS35,000 on July 26; | Ryedale Street, North Ormesby, sold for PS38,000 on July 7; | Muriel Street, Carlin How, sold for PS38,000 on July 6; | Langley Avenue, Thornaby, sold for PS39,000 on July 15.
Under the terms of the divorce agreement, T continued to live in the home until 1999, when it was sold for an $80,000 gain.
L paid $600,000 for the home, which she recently sold for $950,000.