auction off


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Verb1.auction off - sell at an auctionauction off - sell at an auction      
commerce, commercialism, mercantilism - transactions (sales and purchases) having the objective of supplying commodities (goods and services)
sell - exchange or deliver for money or its equivalent; "He sold his house in January"; "She sells her body to survive and support her drug habit"
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And after they've buried him they'll auction off his things for to pay the expenses, and then's OUR chance.
The Treasury will also auction off P15 billion in five-year government securities on Jan.
After the raffle and all the fundraising activity on the night, I wanted to contribute more, so I thought, why not auction off one of my herd?
Auto Business News-November 13, 2015--Mitsubishi to auction off first of 1,600 units of Lancer Evolution Final Edition
Every year we auction off the paintings and over the years we have chosen to support different charities.
Creditors of OJSC Kristall decided to auction off the plant without retention of its specialization - production of polycrystalline silicon.
London, February 7 ( ANI ): Lady Gaga has decided to auction off a trip to space, where she would be performing next year, to raise money for her Born This Way Foundation charity.
But not expecting a reply, Jerry found himself shocked when Barcelona FC sent him a signed shirt to auction off.
Turkey's landline operator is planning to auction off its copper landlines in favor of fiber optic cable, the Sabah daily reported on Tuesday writes Today's Zaman.
A court ruling in the spectrum dispute could delay the government's wider plan to auction off bandwidth in three frequencies on March 11.
She helped auction off a signed guitar by screaming out during the bidding, I'll have sex with you, too.
KEVIN PIETERSEN has offered to auction off a shirt and bat he used during England's Ashes triumph to raise money for Queensland's flood victims.