fruiterer


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fruiterer

(ˈfruːtərə)
n
(Commerce) chiefly Brit a fruit dealer or seller

fruit•er•er

(ˈfru tər ər)

n. Chiefly Brit.
a dealer in fruit.
[1375–1425; late Middle English fruterer, extended form of fruter < Anglo-French; see fruit, -er2]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fruiterer - a person who sells fruit
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
marketer, seller, trafficker, vender, vendor - someone who promotes or exchanges goods or services for money
Translations

fruiterer

[ˈfruːtərəʳ] N (Brit) → frutero/a m/f
fruiterer's (shop)frutería f

fruiterer

[ˈfruːtər] n
(= person) → fruitier m, marchand(e) m/f de fruits
(= shop) fruiterer's → fruiterie ffruit fly ndrosophile f

fruiterer

n (esp Brit) → Obsthändler(in) m(f)

fruiterer

[ˈfruːtərəʳ] n (esp Brit) → fruttivendolo/a
at the fruiterer's (shop) → dal fruttivendolo
References in classic literature ?
It was the fruiterer," replied my friend, "who brought you to the conclusion that the mender of soles was not of sufficient height for Xerxes et id genus omne.
I now remembered that, in fact, a fruiterer, carrying upon his head a large basket of apples, had nearly thrown me down, by accident, as we passed from the Rue C into the thoroughfare where we stood; but what this had to do with Chantilly I could not possibly understand.
I will explain," he said, "and that you may comprehend all clearly, we will first retrace the course of your meditations, from the moment in which I spoke to you until that of the rencontre with the fruiterer in question.
As we crossed into this street, a fruiterer, with a large basket upon his head, brushing quickly past us, thrust you upon a pile of paving stones collected at a spot where the causeway is undergoing repair.
The fruiterer said nothing, but sharply put each card into its proper place.
Within living memory, the telephone was used to order from the butcher, the baker, the fruiterer and the vegetable shop, as well as the nurseryman for plants and flowers.
A fruiterer by trade, became landlord of the Tredegar Arms in Bassaleg.
Then on July 23 another five were found not guilty: Charles Roberts, a hawker, 41; Thomas Kingston, a machinist, 34; Abraham Whitehouse, a baker, 22; George Davies, a millwright, 28; and William Graham, a fruiterer aged 42.
Her dad was a fruiterer from Leicester and her family was well-known in Coventry for running four Whatsize fruit and veg stalls at the Coventry Market Ada would go with her dad to the Warwick Races on a horse and carriage where he would bet on the horses and give her some money to place bets too.
And the very same day did I fight with one Sampson Stockfish, a fruiterer, behind Gray's Inn.
She was convicted at the High Court in Glasgow in 1994 along with dad David, 48, a fruiterer, who got 10 years after admitting heroin dealing.
Richard Hill, a potato merchant who owns the filly in partnership with fruiterer Kevin Hudson, said: "I thought she would be equal to the step up in class and she proved me right.