trant

Related to trant: translate, tyrant

trant

(trænt)
vb (intr)
to sell goods while travelling from place to place
References in periodicals archive ?
In a recent case in the English Technology and Construction Court, Trant Engineering was engaged by the Ministry of Defence for the $72m Mid Atlantic Power project in the Falkland Islands.
Aherne is joined on the TG4 All-Star team by Dublin team-mates Ciara Trant, Rachel Ruddy, Leah Caffrey, Nicole Owens and Noelle Healy.
Kingsguard member Meryn Trant (Ian Beattie) died in Season 5, episode 10.
With a running storyline featuring the romance between Katy, a citizen of Terra and Sar Trant, a Tritomitian rancher on a planet resembling Earth's Old West, the first novel, Three Moon Station, was declared one of the best series in sci-fi/fantasy for three years running (2012-2014) by the Paranormal Romance Guild's Reviewers Choice.
Inori Fukuda Trant, touch-up art 8t lettering; Izumi Evers, design; Nancy Thistlethwaite, ed.
In zones with trees (F and FT), additional plots were established directly adjacent to transects for extensive sampling of the physical and age structure of trees (see Trant and Hermanutz, 2014).
The black-tie event, sponsored by Trant Engineering, Petrofac and Qinetiq, was held at Winchester Guildhall last month.
Viewers saw Williams's character Arya blinded as punishment for murdering Ser Meryn Trant.
Ama se ontwikkeling deur die loop van die roman van meisie tot vrou, en later ook getroude vrou, het die trant van 'n bildungs roman.
Stoneham was a winner for Mick Channon at Wolverhampton last week and can make a swift return pay dividends in the trant Goodwill handicap at Bath.
To which a puzzled and, at the very least, alarmed, 3-year-old Julia Trant of Londonderry (sitting in the front row, BTW), blurted out, "The world is on fire?
Cruz looked at the girl, Julie Trant, 3, who was sitting with her mother, Michelle, and said that he and others were trying to make the world better for her.