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e-tail·er

 (ē′tā′lər)
n.
One that sells goods or commodities to consumers electronically, as over the internet.

[e- + (re)tailer.]
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e-tailer

[ˈiːteɪləʳ] Nvendedor m en línea, vendedor m via or por Internet
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