This page is about the phrasal verb sell off
Meaning: to sell assets or belongings, often for a low price because you need money quicklySynonym: close out (American)
- sell off sth The company had huge debts, and it had to sell off most of its assets to pay them.
- sell sth off Bill had a big share portfolio, but he had to sell most of them off after his company went bankrupt.
Nouns often used as objects with sell off: assets, property, belongings, shares, stocks, jewellery, collection
Margaret had to sell off some of her jewellery because she
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Contributor: Matt Errey