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stallholder

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈstɔːlˌhəʊldər/ COMMERCE
a person who has a stall on a market and sells things: Stallholders at the market pay rent to the city.
Translations of “stallholder”
in Korean 가판대 주인…
in Arabic مالِك مَحلّ…
in Portuguese dono, -a de uma banca/barraca…
in Catalan venedor, -a…
in Japanese 屋台(露店)の店主, 出店者…
in Italian bancarellista…
in Chinese (Traditional) 攤販, 經營攤位者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 摊贩, 货摊主…
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