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merchant

noun   /ˈmɜː·tʃənt/
someone whose job is buying and selling goods, usually in large amounts comerciante a wine/grain merchant
(Definition of merchant from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

merchant

noun /ˈməːtʃənt/
a trader, especially wholesale, in goods of a particular kind comerciante, mayorista a timber/tea/wine merchant.
merchant marine/navy/service noun
the ships of a country that are employed in trading, and their crews marina mercante His son has joined the merchant navy.
merchant ship noun
a ship involved in trade. barco mercante, buque mercante
(Definition of merchant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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