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Words related to Sale

Bake sale

an event at which baked goods such as cakes are sold to make money, usually for a charity:

Fire sale

a sale at extremely discounted prices of things that a company or person owns, in order to pay debts:

Garage sale

a sale of used things, usually held in someone's garage or outside their house:

Estate sale

a sale of the possessions of a person after their death:

Rummage sale

an event at which old or used clothes, etc. are sold to make money for charity:

Bring-and-buy sale

a sale, usually for charity, at which people bring things to be sold and buy things brought by other people:

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