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Translation of "vendor" - English-Spanish dictionary

vendor

noun   /ˈven.dər/ formal or specialized
someone who is selling something vendedor, -ora For the past few months she’s been working as a street vendor, selling fruit and vegetables. The vendor of the house wants to exchange contracts this week. Part of my job is dealing with software vendors who want us to buy their products.2285
(Definition of vendor from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

vendor

noun /ˈvendə(r)/
a person who sells ice-cream, hot dogs, souvenirs etc from a stall vendedor, tendero a street vendor.
(Definition of vendor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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