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倒卖
Simplified 倒卖
Traditional 倒賣
Pin Yin
dao3 mai4
English
  • to resell at a profit
  • to speculate
Examples:
1. 他一收到货就立即将其倒卖,携款潜逃。
As soon as he receives the goods, the buyer sells the goods and absconds with the money.
2. 转手倒卖
Buy sth. and resell it at a profit
3. 我卖的唯一条件是,买主不得以高价把资产转手倒卖给别的公司。
I sell only on the condition that the buyer does not transfer the property to a company at a higher figure.
4. 2001年共查处非法盗猎、经营、倒卖、走私野生动物等各类案件16000多起。
In 2001, there were over 16000 cases of illegal hunting, operation, smuggling of wild life being handled.
5. 这东西需要精耕细作,几乎所有本村生产的大麻都是通过走私贩子运到国外来倒卖
It was intensively cultivated and nearly all of it was exported by smugglers.
6. 非法倒卖老式步枪和手枪的人很明显地还有市
People trafficking in obsolete rifles and pistols clearly still find a market for them.
7. 禁止将探矿权、采矿权倒卖牟利。
Profiteering in exploration right or mining right shall be prohibited.
8. 倒卖紧俏商品。
Speculative reselling of goods in short supply.
9. 伪造或者倒卖伪造的车票、船票、邮票或者其他有价票证,数额较大的,
Whoever forges or profiteers from forged train and ship tickets, stamps, or other valuable coupons, which involve a relatively large amount of money,
10. 以牟利为目的,倒卖国家禁止经营的文物,
Whoever, for the purpose of reaping profits, resells cultural relics, the transaction of which is banned by the state