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broker

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈbrəʊ.kər/ US  /ˈbroʊ.kɚ/
a person who buys and sells foreign money, shares in companies, etc., for other people
经纪人,掮客
a commodity/insurance/mortgage broker
商品/保险/抵押经纪人
I called my broker for advice about investing in the stock market.
我给我的经纪人打电话咨询股市投资的问题。
Financial investments and the stock market
a person who talks to opposing sides, especially governments, making arrangements for them or bringing to an end disagreements
(尤指政府的)中间人,调停人
During the war Wallas became a power broker in governmental circles.
战争期间华莱士成了政界的权力经纪人。
Messengers and people who deliver thingsDiplomacy and mediation
Translations of “broker”
in Vietnamese người môi giới…
in Spanish corredor/agente de bolsa…
in Thai นายหน้า…
in Malaysian broker…
in French courtier…
in German der Makler…
in Chinese (Traditional) 經紀人,掮客, (尤指政府的)中間人,調停人…
in Indonesian pialang…
in Russian брокер…
in Turkish komisyoncu, aracı, simsar…
in Polish makler…
(Definition of broker noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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