seller

[sel-er]

Origin:
1150–1200; Middle English; see sell1, -er1

reseller, noun
superseller, noun
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sel

[sel]
noun, adjective, pronoun Scot.
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sel (sɛl)
 
n
a Scot word for self

seller (ˈsɛlə)
 
n
1.  a person who sells
2.  an article to be sold: this item is always a good seller
3.  short for selling race

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SEL
  1. Kimpo Airport (Seoul, South Korea)

  2. Space Environment Laboratory

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Example sentences
If a physical object-a spade, say-is sold, the seller ceases to own it.
Taxes upon the sale of land fall altogether upon the seller.
If the containers lack drain holes in the bottom, drill them or ask the seller
  to do that.
One group was asked to imagine what the seller was thinking, and the other had
  to get in touch with what the seller was feeling.
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