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auc·tion·eer

 (ôk′shə-nîr′)
n.
One that conducts an auction.
tr.v. auc·tion·eered, auc·tion·eer·ing, auc·tion·eers
To sell at an auction.

auctioneer

(ˌɔːkʃəˈnɪə)
n
1. (Professions) a person who conducts an auction by announcing the lots and controlling the bidding
2. (Commerce) a person who conducts an auction by announcing the lots and controlling the bidding
vb
(Commerce) (tr) to sell by auction

auc•tion•eer

(ˌɔk ʃəˈnɪər)

n.
1. a person who conducts sales by auction.
v.t.
2. to sell by auction.
[1700–10]

auctioneer


Past participle: auctioneered
Gerund: auctioneering

Imperative
auctioneer
auctioneer
Present
I auctioneer
you auctioneer
he/she/it auctioneers
we auctioneer
you auctioneer
they auctioneer
Preterite
I auctioneered
you auctioneered
he/she/it auctioneered
we auctioneered
you auctioneered
they auctioneered
Present Continuous
I am auctioneering
you are auctioneering
he/she/it is auctioneering
we are auctioneering
you are auctioneering
they are auctioneering
Present Perfect
I have auctioneered
you have auctioneered
he/she/it has auctioneered
we have auctioneered
you have auctioneered
they have auctioneered
Past Continuous
I was auctioneering
you were auctioneering
he/she/it was auctioneering
we were auctioneering
you were auctioneering
they were auctioneering
Past Perfect
I had auctioneered
you had auctioneered
he/she/it had auctioneered
we had auctioneered
you had auctioneered
they had auctioneered
Future
I will auctioneer
you will auctioneer
he/she/it will auctioneer
we will auctioneer
you will auctioneer
they will auctioneer
Future Perfect
I will have auctioneered
you will have auctioneered
he/she/it will have auctioneered
we will have auctioneered
you will have auctioneered
they will have auctioneered
Future Continuous
I will be auctioneering
you will be auctioneering
he/she/it will be auctioneering
we will be auctioneering
you will be auctioneering
they will be auctioneering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been auctioneering
you have been auctioneering
he/she/it has been auctioneering
we have been auctioneering
you have been auctioneering
they have been auctioneering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been auctioneering
you will have been auctioneering
he/she/it will have been auctioneering
we will have been auctioneering
you will have been auctioneering
they will have been auctioneering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been auctioneering
you had been auctioneering
he/she/it had been auctioneering
we had been auctioneering
you had been auctioneering
they had been auctioneering
Conditional
I would auctioneer
you would auctioneer
he/she/it would auctioneer
we would auctioneer
you would auctioneer
they would auctioneer
Past Conditional
I would have auctioneered
you would have auctioneered
he/she/it would have auctioneered
we would have auctioneered
you would have auctioneered
they would have auctioneered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.auctioneer - an agent who conducts an auctionauctioneer - an agent who conducts an auction  
broker, factor, agent - a businessman who buys or sells for another in exchange for a commission
Verb1.auctioneer - sell at an auctionauctioneer - 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"
Translations
دَلاّل، مُناد في المَزَاد العَلَنِي
dražebník
auktionarius
árverésvezetõ
uppboîshaldari
açık artırmacımezatçı

auctioneer

[ˌɔːkʃəˈnɪəʳ] Nsubastador(a) m/f, rematador(a) m/f

auctioneer

[ˌɔːkʃəˈnɪər] ncommissaire-priseur/euse m/fauction house nsociété f de vente(s) aux enchèresauction room nsalle f des ventesauction sale nvente f aux enchères, enchères fplauction site n (on the Internet)site m de vente aux enchères, site m d'enchères en ligne

auctioneer

nAuktionator(in) m(f)

auctioneer

[ˌɔːkʃəˈnɪəʳ] nbanditore/trice

auction

(ˈoːkʃən) noun
a public sale in which each thing is sold to the person who offers the highest price. They held an auction; He sold the house by auction.
verb
to sell something in this way. He auctioned all his furniture before emigrating.
ˌauctioˈneer noun
a person who is in charge of selling things at an auction.
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