Sell the farm verb phrase
When you sell the farm on something you risk all of your assets to invest in it.
John went bankrupt after he sold the farm on a huge business venture.
Don’t sell the farm on these stocks.
She wants to run a restaurant but she is not willing to sell the farm on it.
The verb "sell" should be conjugated according to its tense.
The expression originates from North America in the 19th century. People usually sold their farms or ranches on a poker game in the Wild West, and in the urban area, people also might bet their houses in the same situation. This phrase is often used with a negative meaning which means “I won’t sell/bet the farm on it because it is uncertain.”
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