vender

vender
v.
1 to sell, to vend.
vender algo a o por to sell something for
venden naranjas a 2 euros el kilo they're selling oranges for 2 euros a kilo
es capaz de vender a su madre he'd sell his own mother
es capaz de vender su alma al diablo por triunfar he'd sell his soul to the Devil if that's what it took to be successful
Ellos venden verduras They sell vegetables.
Ellos vendieron la casa They sold the house.
2 to expose for sale.
3 to soil, to betray for money, to prostitute.
El chico vendió a su mejor amigo The boy betrayed his best friend.
4 to persuade, to delude with false pretences.
5 to betray faith, confidence, or friendship. (Metaphorical)
6 to boast of talents or merits one does not possess.
7 to devote oneself to the service of another.
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vender
verbo transitivo
1 (gen) to sell
vende enciclopedias he sells encyclopedias
lo vendieron por un millón de dólares they sold it for a million dollars
2 figurado (traicionar) to betray
sería capaz de vender a su propia familia he would even betray his own family
verbo pronominal venderse
1 (uso impersonal) to be on sale, be sold
se vende en farmacias on sale at your chemist's
se vende a 40 pesetas el kilo it's sold at 40 pesetas a kilo
2 (dejarse sobornar) to sell oneself
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FRASEOLOGÍA
'Se vende' "For sale"
sin vender unsold
vender a plazos to sell on credit
vender al contado to sell for cash
vender al por mayor to sell wholesale, wholesale
vender al por menor to sell retail, retail
vender caro to sell at a high price
venderse caro,-a to play hard to get
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verb
to sell
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1. VT
1) [+ producto] to sell

venden la bicicleta a mitad de precio — they are selling the bicycle at half price

lo vendieron por 50 euros — they sold it for 50 euros

venderle algo a algn — to sell sb sth, sell sth to sb

me ha vendido un ordenador — he sold me a computer

vender al contado — to sell for cash

vender al por mayor — to sell wholesale

vender al por menor — to sell retail

este coche está sin vender — this car remains unsold

2) (=traicionar) [+ amigo] to betray, sell out *; [+ cómplice] to shop *
2.
VI to sell

los buenos productos siempre venden — a good product will always sell

vendemos a precios inmejorables — our prices are unbeatable

3.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) <mercancías/casa> to sell

vendió la casa muy bien — she got a very good price for her house

le vendí el reloj — I sold him the watch

se vende muy bien/poco — it sells very well/doesn't sell very well

se vende — for sale

vender al por mayor/menor — to sell wholesale/retail

vender algo a algo — to sell something at something

lo venden a $500 el kilo — they sell it at $500 a kilo

vender algo en or por algo — to sell something for something

vendí el cuadro en or por $20.000 — I sold the painting for $20,000

vender algo por algo: se vende por kilo(s)/unidad(es) — it's sold by the kilo/unit

2)
a) (traicionar) to betray
b) (delatar) to give ... away

el acento lo vende — his accent gives him away

2.
vender vi producto to sell

una escritora que vende — a best-selling author

3.
venderse v pron to sell out

se vendió por un ascenso — he sold out to get promotion

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= market, sell, flog, dispose of, peddle.
Ex. In information retrieval applications it was more usual for one organisation to carry most of the burden of development of the system, and then to market it to others.
Ex. Since a software package is to be sold it must be visible on the marketplace.
Ex. Shops which keep on selling cigarettes to children under 16 will be banned from flogging tobacco.
Ex. List and describe the steps involved in withdrawing and disposing of books which are no longer required.
Ex. It could lose those shareholders who may not want to be associated with a conglomerate which also peddles death and destruction.
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* arte de vender = salesmanship, specsmanship.
* con licencia para vender bebidas alcohólicas = licensed.
* no vendas la leche antes de ordeñar la vaca = don't count your chickens before they are hatched.
* que se vende = priced.
* tienda que vende de todo = general store.
* vender a Alguien como esclavo = sell + Nombre + into slavery.
* vender a crédito = make + charge sale.
* vender a cuenta = trade for + credit.
* vender al contado = trade for + cash.
* vender al detalle = retail.
* vender al por mayor = sell + in bulk, wholesale.
* vender al por menor = retail.
* vender a precio de costo = sell at + cost.
* vender a precio de ganga = sell at + bargain price.
* vender a un precio más barato que = undercut.
* vender de casa en casa = peddle.
* vender el alma al diablo = sell + Posesivo + soul to the devil.
* vender en el extranjero a precios inferiores que en el país de origen = dump.
* vender la moto a Alguien = pull + the wool over + Posesivo + eyes.
* vender más barato = undercut.
* venderse = change + hands.
* venderse caro = play + hard to get, play it + cool.
* venderse más que = outsell.
* venderse por + Dinero = fetch + Dinero.
* vender todas las entradas de un Evento = sell out.
* vender un producto = carry.
* vender un servicio = market + service.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1) <mercancías/casa> to sell

vendió la casa muy bien — she got a very good price for her house

le vendí el reloj — I sold him the watch

se vende muy bien/poco — it sells very well/doesn't sell very well

se vende — for sale

vender al por mayor/menor — to sell wholesale/retail

vender algo a algo — to sell something at something

lo venden a $500 el kilo — they sell it at $500 a kilo

vender algo en or por algo — to sell something for something

vendí el cuadro en or por $20.000 — I sold the painting for $20,000

vender algo por algo: se vende por kilo(s)/unidad(es) — it's sold by the kilo/unit

2)
a) (traicionar) to betray
b) (delatar) to give ... away

el acento lo vende — his accent gives him away

2.
vender vi producto to sell

una escritora que vende — a best-selling author

3.
venderse v pron to sell out

se vendió por un ascenso — he sold out to get promotion

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= market, sell, flog, dispose of, peddle.

Ex: In information retrieval applications it was more usual for one organisation to carry most of the burden of development of the system, and then to market it to others.

Ex: Since a software package is to be sold it must be visible on the marketplace.
Ex: Shops which keep on selling cigarettes to children under 16 will be banned from flogging tobacco.
Ex: List and describe the steps involved in withdrawing and disposing of books which are no longer required.
Ex: It could lose those shareholders who may not want to be associated with a conglomerate which also peddles death and destruction.
* arte de vender = salesmanship, specsmanship.
* con licencia para vender bebidas alcohólicas = licensed.
* no vendas la leche antes de ordeñar la vaca = don't count your chickens before they are hatched.
* que se vende = priced.
* tienda que vende de todo = general store.
* vender a Alguien como esclavo = sell + Nombre + into slavery.
* vender a crédito = make + charge sale.
* vender a cuenta = trade for + credit.
* vender al contado = trade for + cash.
* vender al detalle = retail.
* vender al por mayor = sell + in bulk, wholesale.
* vender al por menor = retail.
* vender a precio de costo = sell at + cost.
* vender a precio de ganga = sell at + bargain price.
* vender a un precio más barato que = undercut.
* vender de casa en casa = peddle.
* vender el alma al diablo = sell + Posesivo + soul to the devil.
* vender en el extranjero a precios inferiores que en el país de origen = dump.
* vender la moto a Alguien = pull + the wool over + Posesivo + eyes.
* vender más barato = undercut.
* venderse = change + hands.
* venderse caro = play + hard to get, play it + cool.
* venderse más que = outsell.
* venderse por + Dinero = fetch + Dinero.
* vender todas las entradas de un Evento = sell out.
* vender un producto = carry.
* vender un servicio = market + service.

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vender [E1 ]
vt
A ‹mercancías/acciones/casa› to sell
trabaja vendiendo libros she sells books for a living
lo venden en todos lados it's on sale everywhere
vendió la casa muy bien she got a very good price for her house
le vendí el reloj a mi primo I sold my cousin the watch, I sold the watch to my cousin
esa línea se vende muy bien/poco that line sells very well/doesn't sell very well
[ S ] se vende for sale
[ S ] se vende bicicleta señora lady's bicycle for sale
vender al por mayor/menor to sell wholesale/retail
es capaz de vender a su padre/madre con tal de conseguirlo she would sell her own father/mother to get it
intentando vender una imagen moderna del país trying to sell a more modern image of the country
vender algo A algo to sell sth AT sth
lo venden a $500 el kilo they sell it at $500 a kilo, it sells for $500 a kilo
vender algo EN or POR algo to sell sth FOR sth
vendí el cuadro en or por $20.000 I sold the painting for $20,000
se vende por kilo/unidad it's sold by the kilo/unit
venderse como churros or pan caliente or rosquillas (fam); to sell like hotcakes
el libro se vende como pan caliente the book is selling like hotcakes
B
1 (traicionar) ‹amigo› to betray, sell … down the river (colloq)
2 (delatar) ‹persona› to give … away
el acento lo vende his accent gives him away
■ vender
vi
1 «producto» to sell
2 «pintor» to be successful; «actor/jugador» to be successful, be a crowdpuller
una escritora que vende a best-selling author
venderse
v pron
to sell out
se vendió por un ascenso he abandoned all his principles o sold out to get promotion
se ha vendido a los intereses extranjeros he has sold out to foreign interests
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vender (conjugate vender) verbo transitivomercancías/casato sell;
le vendí el reloj I sold him the watch;

vendió la casa muy bien she got a very good price for her house;

(on signs) se vende for sale;
lo venden a $500 el kilo they sell it at $500 a kilo;

vendí el cuadro en or por $20.000 I sold the painting for $20,000;
se vende por kilo(s)/unidades it's sold by the kilo/unit
verbo intransitivo [producto] to sell
venderse verbo pronominal (dejarse sobornar) to sell out
vender verbo transitivo
1 (un objeto) to sell
vender al por mayor/menor, to (sell) wholesale/retail
2 (traicionar a una persona) to sell out, betray

'vender' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
acuerdo
- fiar
- subastar
- caro
- financiar
- granel
- huevo
- metro
- regalar
- rematar
- traspasar
English:
dispose of
- do
- flog
- good
- inexpensively
- outsell
- peddle
- pitch
- retail
- sell
- sell off
- stitch up
- stock
- the
- tout
- carry
- hustle
- licensed
- patter
- profit
- under
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vender
vt
1. [productos] to sell;
vender algo a o [m5]por to sell sth for;
venden naranjas a 20 pesos el kilo they're selling oranges for 20 pesos a kilo;
se vende [en letrero] for sale;
este modelo se vende mucho this model is selling very well;
es capaz de vender a su madre he'd sell his own mother;
Comp
vender su alma al diablo: es capaz de vender su alma al diablo por triunfar he'd sell his soul to the Devil if that's what it took to be successful;
Comp
vender caro algo not to give sth up without a fight;
el equipo vendió caro su título the team did not give up its title without a fight;
la oposición venderá caro su apoyo the opposition will demand a high price for its support;
Comp
no vender ni una escoba to get absolutely nowhere;
Comp
Fam
vender la moto a alguien: les vendió la moto de que iban a ser estrellas he fooled them into believing they were going to be stars;
nos quieren vender la moto de que no van a subir los impuestos they want us to swallow the story that they're not going to increase taxes;
Comp
RP
vender salud to be bursting with health
2. [idea, proyecto] to sell
3. [amigo, familia] to betray
vi
[producto, autor] to sell;
eso no vende hoy día that doesn't sell these days
See also the pronominal verb venderse
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vender
v/t
1 sell;
vender caro algo a alguien fig make s.o. pay dearly for sth
2 fig (traicionar) betray
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vender vt
1) : to sell
2) : to sell out, to betray
See also the reflexive verb venderse
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vender vb to sell [pt. & pp. sold]
en la farmacia venden champú they sell shampoo at the chemist's
"se vende" "for sale"

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