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Translation of "broker" - English-Turkish dictionary

broker

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈbrəʊkər/
( also stockbroker) someone whose job is to buy and sell shares (= equal parts of a company's total value)
komisyoncu, aracı, simsar, borsa komisyoncusu
Occupations and tradesFinancial investments and the stock market
an insurance/mortgage, etc broker someone who makes other people's financial arrangements for them
emlak/sigorta vb. Komisyoncusu
Occupations and tradesFinancial investments and the stock market
Translations of “broker”
in Vietnamese người môi giới…
in Spanish corredor/agente de bolsa…
in Thai นายหน้า…
in Malaysian broker…
in French courtier…
in German der Makler…
in Chinese (Traditional) 經紀人,掮客, (尤指政府的)中間人,調停人…
in Indonesian pialang…
in Russian брокер…
in Chinese (Simplified) 经纪人,掮客, (尤指政府的)中间人,调停人…
in Polish makler…
(Definition of broker noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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