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for sale

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfor salefor saleBBTSELLavailable to be bought Excuse me, are these for sale? There was a ‘for sale’ sign in the yard. Reluctantly, they put the family home up for sale (=made it available to be bought). sale
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put ... up for saleAround 1900-1901, the mill was closed and put up for sale, remaining unoccupied for some time.It's been put up for sale by the Gloucester Health Authority, which would like to see it renovated.A stake in the business, which has come near to bankruptcy, is put up for sale.Clothier, which in October said it may seek a merger or put itself up for sale.But he quashed rumours that the Red Fort had been quietly put up for sale due to his financial difficulties.Last year's success story, Business 2.0, was put up for sale last week.Lincoln went into receivership and was put up for sale on 4 February, 1922.The house was put up for sale.
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