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vend

[vend]
verb (used with object)
1.
to sell as one's business or occupation, especially by peddling: to vend flowers at a sidewalk stand.
2.
to give utterance to (opinions, ideas, etc.); publish.
verb (used without object)
3.
to engage in the sale of merchandise.
4.
to be disposed of by sale.

Origin:
1610–20; < Latin vendere to sell, contraction of vēnum (or vēnō) dare to offer for sale; see venal

vendable, adjective
revend, verb (used with object)
unvendable, adjective
unvended, adjective
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vend (vɛnd)
 
vb
1.  to sell or be sold
2.  to sell (goods) for a living
3.  rare (tr) to utter or publish (an opinion, etc)
 
[C17: from Latin vendere, contraction of vēnum dare to offer for sale]
 
vendition
 
n

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vend
late 14c., from L. vendere "to sell, praise," contraction of vendumare "offer for sale," from venum "for sale" (see venal) + dare "to give" (see date (1)). Vending machine is recorded from 1895.
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