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vendornoun [C]

us   /ˈven·dər/
a person or company that sells goods or services: Our company deals with many vendors of women’s clothing.
A vendor is also a person who sells food or goods on the street: a hot dog vendor a street vendor
(Definition of vendor from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"vendor" in Business English

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vendornoun [C]

US also vender uk   /ˈvendɔːr/ us  
COMMERCE a company or person that sells a particular product: They are the nation's leading vendor of organic dairy products. software vendors Street vendors sell hot dogs outside the museum.
LAW, PROPERTY someone who is selling something, especially property: The purchaser and vendor need to agree the details of the contract.
(Definition of vendor from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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