Идиомы на букву S
sell (someone) a bill of goods
обмануть кого-либоThe salesman sold me a bill of goods when he said that the digital camera was of good quality.
sell (someone) on a plan or idea
убедить кого-либо, довести до сознания план или идеюI tried to sell my father on the idea that we should buy a new modern car, but I couldn't convince him.
sell (someone) short
недооценивать себя или кого-либоI think Gina is selling herself short when she thinks that she will not make a good actress.
sell (something) at a loss
продать что-либо с убыткомThe factory was made to sell their goods at a loss.
sell (something) for a song
продать что-либо очень дёшевоThe artist was neither famous nor popular, so he sold his picture for a song.
sell (something) off
распродать со скидкой, распродать по дешёвкеThey usually sell off winter clothes at the end of the season.
sell (something) on credit
продавать что-либо в кредитThe shop sells a lot of things on credit.
sell (something) out
распродать, продать всё целикомI went to the bookstore to get an English textbook, but the salesperson said they had sold them out.
sell like hotcakes
раскупаются как горячие пирожки, берутся нарасхватThe baseball game was supposed to be on Saturday and the tickets for it were selling like hotcakes.
распродать всё целикомEvery spring the company sells out all of their winter goods.
sell out (someone or something)
предавать кого-либо \ что-либо, быть вероломнымMargaret is obviously a bad person; she is the type that can sell out anyone for money and luxury.