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re·sell

 (rē′sĕl′)
tr.v. re·sold (-sōld′), re·sell·ing, re·sells
1. To sell again.
2. To sell (a product or service) to the public or to an end user, especially as an authorized dealer.

re′sell′er n.

resell

(riːˈsɛl)
vb (tr) , -sells, -selling or -sold
to sell (something) one has previously bought; sell on
reˈseller n

resell


Past participle: resold
Gerund: reselling

Imperative
resell
resell
Present
I resell
you resell
he/she/it resells
we resell
you resell
they resell
Preterite
I resold
you resold
he/she/it resold
we resold
you resold
they resold
Present Continuous
I am reselling
you are reselling
he/she/it is reselling
we are reselling
you are reselling
they are reselling
Present Perfect
I have resold
you have resold
he/she/it has resold
we have resold
you have resold
they have resold
Past Continuous
I was reselling
you were reselling
he/she/it was reselling
we were reselling
you were reselling
they were reselling
Past Perfect
I had resold
you had resold
he/she/it had resold
we had resold
you had resold
they had resold
Future
I will resell
you will resell
he/she/it will resell
we will resell
you will resell
they will resell
Future Perfect
I will have resold
you will have resold
he/she/it will have resold
we will have resold
you will have resold
they will have resold
Future Continuous
I will be reselling
you will be reselling
he/she/it will be reselling
we will be reselling
you will be reselling
they will be reselling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reselling
you have been reselling
he/she/it has been reselling
we have been reselling
you have been reselling
they have been reselling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reselling
you will have been reselling
he/she/it will have been reselling
we will have been reselling
you will have been reselling
they will have been reselling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reselling
you had been reselling
he/she/it had been reselling
we had been reselling
you had been reselling
they had been reselling
Conditional
I would resell
you would resell
he/she/it would resell
we would resell
you would resell
they would resell
Past Conditional
I would have resold
you would have resold
he/she/it would have resold
we would have resold
you would have resold
they would have resold
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.resell - sell (something) again after having bought it
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

resell

[ˈriːˈsel] (resold (pt, pp)) VTrevender

resell

[ˌriːˈsɛl] [resold] [ˌriːˈsəʊld] (pt, pp) vtrevendre

resell

vtweiterverkaufen, wieder verkaufen

resell

[ˌriːˈsɛl] vtrivendere
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