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tout

noun [C]
 
/taʊt/ UK ( US scalper)
someone who unofficially sells tickets outside theatres, sporting events, etcPeople who sell thingsTraders, merchants and entrepreneursMiscellaneous criminalsTrafficking and racketeering
Translations of “tout”
in Chinese (Traditional) 票販子,黃牛…
in Russian перекупщик (билетов)…
in Turkish korsan bilet satıcısı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 票贩子,黄牛…
in Polish konik…
(Definition of tout noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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