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579 examples found containing '売'
きゃく
ないので
みせ
った

We sold the store for want of customers.
おもちゃ
かい
です
The toy department is on the fifth floor.
あの
みせ
ゆにゅうひん
輸入品
っている

They sell imports at that store.
あの
みせ
しんぶん
新聞
ざっし
雑誌
っている

That store sells newspapers and magazines.
あの
みせ
かぐ
家具
ほかいろんなもの
っている

That store sells many things besides furniture.
あの
みせ
もう
けしょうひん
化粧品
っていない

That store no longer sells cosmetics.
あの
みせ
いろいろなもの
っている

They sell various kinds of goods at that store.
あの
みせ
ノート
っています

Do they sell notebooks at that store?
あの
みせ
おいしいリンゴ
はんばいちゅう
販売中
です
There are some nice apples on sale in that shop.
ミニディスク
っています

Do you sell mini disks?
トムメアリーバイク
った

Tom sold his motorcycle to Mary.
これ
とうてん
当店
せんばい
専売
です
Our store has a monopoly on this item.
かいてん
開店
おおう
大売

Grand opening sale.
わたし
ちゅうこしゃ
中古車
100ドル
れた

My old car brought me $100.
いかさま
しょうばい
商売
やめろ
Stop swindling!
ロバートハンセン
きゅう
れん
ひみつ
秘密
じょうほう
情報
りさばいた
ようぎ
容疑
たいほ
逮捕
された

Robert Hansen was arrested on suspicion of having sold off secret information to the former Soviet Union.
かれ
じぶん
自分
ふる
くるま
こうべ
神戸
いる
だんせい
男性
りたがっています

He wants to sell his old car to a man in Kobe.
ばいしゅん
売春
やど
宿
から
てきた
ところ
ゆうじん
友人
られて
ばつ
わる
かった

As I left the brothel, I was embarrassed to be seen by my friends.
かれ
げる
ように
やさい
野菜
って
せいにく
精肉
コーナー
As if fleeing, he left the vegetable aisle to go to the meat corner.
れいさい
零細
こうりてん
小売店
など
しん
ねんど
年度
りえき
利益
げる
でしょ
Mom-and-pop stores will turn a profit in the new fiscal year.
たまご
1ダース
たんい
単位
られる

Eggs are sold by the dozen.
たまご
スーパー
られている

They sell eggs at the supermarket.
はは
じぶん
自分
たいせつ
大切
ものすべて
ってしまった

My mother has sold everything that is dear to her.
しなもの
品物
すく
ない
ときに
ゆうり
有利

When goods are scarce, sellers have the advantage.
かのじょ
彼女
びぼう
美貌
しています
She uses her looks.
かのじょ
彼女
じぶん
自分
って
せいけい
生計
てている

She earns a living by selling her paintings.
かのじょ
彼女
ほん
かなり
うれゆ
売行

Her books sell pretty well.
かのじょ
彼女
しょうばい
商売
うまくいく
おも

I figure that she will succeed in her business.
かれ
さかな
あさいち
朝市
ってくれる

They sell us freshly caught fish in the early morning market.
かれ
くだもの
果物
パンケーキその
おお
もの

They sell fruit, bread, cakes, and many other things.
Search results include information from a variety of sources, including Kanshudo (kanji mnemonics, kanji readings, kanji components, vocab and name frequency data, grammar points), JMdict (vocabulary), Tatoeba (examples), Enamdict (names), KanjiVG (kanji animations and stroke order), and Joy o' Kanji (kanji and radical synopses). Translations provided by Google's Neural Machine Translation engine. For more information see credits.
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