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resell in Trade topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishresellre‧sell /ˌriːˈsel/ verb (past tense and past participle resold /ˈsəʊld $ -ˈsoʊld/) [transitive]  BBTto sell something that you have boughtresale The retailer resells the goods at a higher price.→ See Verb table
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resellWe do not guarantee to resell a ticket so deposited.The county has a long-standing policy of reselling confiscated weapons.Companies would collect and resell information more discriminately.Brokers buy the tickets and then resell them at higher prices.She had originally intended to resell them but found she had grown attached to them and had built shelves in her sitting-room.Investment banks earn underwriting fees by buying new securities from corporate issuers and reselling them to investors at a markup.He denied that perfectly healthy horses make it to slaughter because he can make more by reselling to somebody else.Record companies should stop trying to figure out a way to resell us old product.These shares may then be cancelled unless they are resold within three years from their acquisition.