sell off

VERB
  1. get rid of by selling, usually at reduced prices
    The store sold off the surplus merchandise
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How To Use sell off In A Sentence

  • According to one leading industry source, the best prospect for Glanbia now is to sell off its saleable assets as soon as possible and revert to the co-operative status.
  • Now council bosses in York may sell off their responsibilities to grit icy roads and paths in the city to a contractor.
  • The sudden spark of outrage at the sell off is one of those typically British pieces of illogical nonsense.
  • The seesaw of an on-again-off-again IPO, coupled with various management reshuffles and low morale as AIG prepared to sell off its "Asian gem," prompted an exodus of employees and agents. AIA's New Deal
  • The sell off followed the release of a plan to delist stocks that fell to 50 cents or below for 30 consecutive days.
  • He has said that councils should sell off unused land to people who want to build their own homes. Times, Sunday Times
  • He recently sought permission from the court to sell off some possessions to pay his expenses, including a $40,000-to-$60,000 Andy Warhol print entitled "Liz," which he identified as a gift from the artist, glass frogs and other figurines, a presidential-inaugural medal collection and jewelry from his mother. The Case of the Disappearing Documents
  • So, if things get really sticky, could Ford sell off some of its big assets?
  • He was forced to sell off his land.
  • The decision to sell off the properties was taken after a significant cutback in Teagasc finances by the Government.
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