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salesman

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈseɪlzmən/ ( plural salesmen) COMMERCE, MARKETING
a person, usually a man, whose job is to sell products in a store, or by visiting or phoning customers or possible customers: a car/computer salesman a bond/equity/insurance salesman a door-to-door/doorstep salesman a good/persuasive/convincing salesman →  Compare salesperson , saleswoman
→  See also snake oil salesman , travelling salesman
Translations of “salesman”
in Korean 세일즈맨…
in Arabic بائع…
in Portuguese vendedor…
in Catalan dependent, venedor…
in Japanese 営業マン, セールスマン…
in Italian venditore, commesso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 男售貨員, 男推銷員…
in Chinese (Simplified) 男售货员, 男推销员…
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