Difference between Sale and Sell?

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The difference between sale and sell is that sale is a noun while sell is a verb. Sale it is not conjugated and usually would appear together with definite or indefinite article the sale, a sale, while Sell is an action, it requires conjugation: I sell, you sell, he sells. Sell is transfer possession and ownership of goods or property in exchange for money while sale is the process of selling goods and services.
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