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trader

noun [C]     /ˈtreɪ.dər/ US  /-dɚ/
a person who buys and sells things 商人,經商者,交易商 a wool/sugar trader 毛料商/糖商 His father is a market trader, selling fruit and vegetables. 他的父親在市場做生意販賣水果和蔬菜。 Traders, merchants and entrepreneursPeople who sell thingsPeople who buy thingsPeople who buy thingsTraders, merchants and entrepreneursPeople who sell thingsTraders, merchants and entrepreneurs
a person who buys and sells company shares or money (股票、貨幣的)交易人 a stock/currency/futures trader 股票/貨幣/期貨交易人 He is a well-known trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. 他是紐約證券交易所有名的交易人。 Traders, merchants and entrepreneursPeople who sell thingsPeople who buy thingsFinancial investments and the stock market
(Definition of trader from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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