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うるuru Inflection

godan ~る verb / transitive:

  • to sell

韓流kanryuuドラマDORAMAブームBUUMUni便乗binjouしてshite韓国kankokuno製品seihinwo売るuru業者gyoushaga増えたfueta Taking advantage of the popular boom in Korean drama, workers selling Korean goods have increased.

うりばuriba

noun / ~の noun:

  • place where things are sold; point of sale; POS; sales floor; counter (in shop)

noun:

衛生eisei用品youhin売り場uribahaどこdokoですかdesuka Where is the sanitary section?

うれるureru Inflection

ichidan verb / intransitive verb:

  • to sell (well) 売る
  • to be well known; to be popular; to be famous

彼のkareno新しいatarashiiレコードREKOODOhaよくyoku売れるureru His new record sells well.

うりあげuriage

noun:

  • amount sold; sales; proceeds; takings; turnover

今年kotoshino売り上げuriageha倍増baizouto見込んでいますmikondeimasu Sales should double this year.

ばいばいbaibai Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • trade; buying and selling; trafficking (e.g. of humans, arms, drugs); dealing

kareha革製品kawaseihinno売買baibaiwoしているshiteiru He buys and sells leather goods.

うれゆきureyuki

noun:

  • sales; demand

売れ行きureyukiha目標mokuhyouni達しtasshiなかったnakatta Sales fell short of their goal.

ばいてんbaiten

noun:

  • stand; stall; booth; kiosk; store

アイスクリームAISUKURIIMU売りurigasotono売店baitendekyakuniアイスクリームAISUKURIIMUwo売っているutteiru The ice cream vendor is waiting on customers at his outdoor stand.

うりきれurikire

~の noun / noun:

  • sold-out

フロッピーなFUROPPIInaフロッピーFUROPPIIhaもうmou売り切れurikire Floppy floppies are already sold out.

うりきれるurikireru Inflection

ichidan verb / intransitive verb:

  • to be sold out

そのsonoケーキKEEKIhaすぐにsuguni売り切れるurikireruでしょうdeshou The cakes may be sold out soon.

うりだすuridasu Inflection

godan ~す verb / transitive:

  • to put on the market; to put out for sale; to put on sale; to begin selling; to market

godan ~す verb / intransitive verb:

  • to become popular

クリスマスKURISUMASUha新しいatarashiiおもちゃomochawoうりだすuridasuいいii機会kikaida Christmas is a good time to market new toys.

うりだしuridashi

noun:

  • (bargain) sale

あのanoデパートDEPAATOdeha今週konshuuメンズスーツMENZUSUUTSUga売り出しuridashichuuda Men's suits are on sale this week at that department store.

うりあげだかuriagedaka

noun:

  • sales; amount sold; proceeds
ばいきゃくbaikyaku Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • selling off; disposal by sale; sale

一体全体ittaizentaiどうしてdoushite建てたtatetaばかりbakarinoiewo売却baikyakuしてshiteしまったshimattanだいdai Why on earth did you sell your newly built house?

うりuri

noun / suffix noun:

  • sale; selling

noun:

  • selling point; gimmick

suffix noun:

  • seller; vendor
うりものurimono

noun:

  • article for sale; goods for sale; offering; For Sale (on a sign)
  • specialty; selling point

そのsonoinuga欲しければhoshikereba買えますkaemasuyoそれsoreha売り物urimonoですからdesukara You can buy that dog if you want to. It is for sale.

ばいしゅんbaishun Inflection

noun / ~する noun / ~の noun:

  • prostitution

売春baishun宿yadode働くhatarakuつもりtsumoriですdesu I plan to work in a brothel.

うりこみurikomi

noun:

  • sales promotion; hard selling
うりこむurikomu Inflection

godan ~む verb / transitive:

  • to build a market for; to promote (a product); to sell; to become well known
  • to promote oneself; to sell oneself
  • to sell heavily
うりてurite

noun:

  • seller; vendor

長々とnaganagato協議kyougiしたshita末にsueni売り手uriteto買い手kaiteha結局kekkyoku折り合ったoriatta After considerable argument, the buyer and the seller finally came to terms.

うりあげきんuriagekin

noun:

  • proceeds
ばいしゅんふbaishunfuばいしゅんぷbaishunpu

noun:

  • prostitute
ばいこくどbaikokudo

noun:

  • traitor (to one's country)

日本nipponniha売国奴baikokudo政党seitougaiますmasu There is a political party which is a traitor to the country in Japan.

うれのこりurenokori

noun:

  • unsold items; leftovers; remainders; remnants
  • spinster; old maid - colloquialism - sensitive
うりきるurikiru Inflection

godan ~る verb / transitive:

  • to sell out; to sell off
ばいばいだかbaibaidaka

noun:

  • sales amount; sales volume

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