peddle definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To travel about attempting to sell (wares): peddling products from door-to-door.
    • To engage in the illicit purchase of (narcotics).
    • Informal to find to disseminate; hand out: peddling lies.
    • to market from spot to place; to retail by holding around from client to buyer; to hawk; thus, to retail in really small volumes.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to visit about attempting to sell wares.
    • To inhabit oneself with trifles.
    • To travel about with products available; going from spot to place, or from house-to-house, for the intended purpose of retailing items.
    • to-do a small company; is busy about trifles; to piddle.
  • verb:
    • to market things, particularly door-to-door.
    • to offer unlawful narcotics.
    • To distribute or trigger to distribute.
    • offer or provide on the market from location to spot
  • others:
    • traveling about retailing tiny products; go from destination to spot or from house to house selling tiny products; hawk.
    • is involved with your small business; occupy your self with trifles; trifle.
    • To sell or retail in little volumes, frequently by moving the products supplied towards nation, or from house-to-house; ergo, to dispense or deal in tiny amounts.

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