seller


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sell·er

 (sĕl′ər)
n.
1. One that sells; a vendor.
2. An item that sells in a certain way: This washing machine has been an excellent seller.

seller

(ˈsɛlə)
n
1. a person who sells
2. an article to be sold: this item is always a good seller.
3. (Horse Racing) short for selling race

sell•er

(ˈsɛl ər)

n.
1. a person who sells.
2. an article considered with reference to its sales: a poor seller.
[1150–1200]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.seller - someone who promotes or exchanges goods or services for moneyseller - someone who promotes or exchanges goods or services for money
booking clerk, ticket agent - someone who sells tickets (e.g., theater seats or travel accommodations)
cosmetician - someone who sells or applies cosmetics
flower girl - a woman who sells flowers in the street
fruiterer - a person who sells fruit
cheap-jack, huckster - a seller of shoddy goods
merchandiser, merchant - a businessperson engaged in retail trade
hawker, packman, peddler, pedlar, pitchman - someone who travels about selling his wares (as on the streets or at carnivals)
selling agent - someone who sells goods (on commission) for others
dealer - a seller of illicit goods; "a dealer in stolen goods"
underseller - a seller that sells at a lower price than others do; "he went all over town looking for undersellers"

seller

noun dealer, merchant, vendor, agent, representative, rep, retailer, traveller, supplier, shopkeeper, purveyor, tradesman, salesman or saleswoman a flower seller

seller

noun
Translations
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seller

[ˈseləʳ] N
1. (= person who sells) → vendedor(a) m/f; (= dealer) → comerciante mf (of en) seller's marketmercado m favorable al vendedor
2. (= item) a good sellerun artículo que se vende bien

seller

[ˈsɛlər] nvendeur/euse m/f, marchand(e) m/fseller's market (COMMERCE) nmarché m à la hausseselling point n
[product] → argument m de vente
(= advantage) → atout mselling price nprix m de ventesell-off selloff [ˈsɛlɒf] n [business, company, state industry] → liquidation f

seller

n
Verkäufer(in) m(f); you should take faulty goods back to the sellerdu solltest fehlerhafte Ware (zum Händler) zurückbringen
(= thing sold) big sellerVerkaufsschlager m; this book is a good/slow sellerdas Buch verkauft sich gut/schlecht; it’s the best/worst seller we’ve haddas ist der bestgehende/am schlechtesten gehende Artikel, den wir je hatten

seller

[ˈsɛləʳ] n
a.venditore/trice
b. (product) this item's a good sellerquesto articolo (si) vende molto
References in classic literature ?
The door of the shop was the only means of entrance to the house in which Mr Verloc carried on his business of a seller of shady wares, exercised his vocation of a protector of society, and cultivated his domestic virtues.
The seller (a French horse-dealer resident in Brussels) had returned to Belgium immediately on completing the negotiations.
As for the chopping of bargains, when a man buys not to hold but to sell over again, that commonly grindeth double, both upon the seller, and upon the buyer.
This struck me as an evident custom, and a logical one--the seller, who receives, the money, to wet a piece of it in the establishment where the trade was consummated.
They want that dirty ice cream, that they do know for certain," she thought, looking at two boys stopping an ice cream seller, who took a barrel off his head and began wiping his perspiring face with a towel.
The physician with his theory, rather obtained from than corrected by experiments on the human constitution; the pious, self- denying, laborious, and ill-paid missionary; the half-educated, litigious, envious, and disreputable lawyer, with his counterpoise, a brother of the profession, of better origin and of better character; the shiftless, bargaining, discontented seller of his “betterments;” the plausible carpenter, and most of the others, are more familiar to all who have ever dwelt in a new country.
She was so used to hearing Sellers lash the Philistine and hold forth on unappreciated merit that she could hardly believe the miracle when, in answer to a sympathetic bromide on the popular lack of taste in Art, Beverley replied that, as far as he was concerned, the public showed strong good sense.
He therefore proceeded immediately to castigation: and not contented with that he acquainted Mr Allworthy, at their next meeting, with this monstrous crime, as it appeared to him: inveighing against Tom in the most bitter terms, and likening him to the buyers and sellers who were driven out of the temple.
The buyers and sellers, too, many of them, looked not much better off than the poor beasts they were bargaining about.
Book and news dealers, sellers of edibles, drinkables, and cigars, who seemed to have plenty of customers, were continually circulating in the aisles.
The count got out helped by the footmen, and, passing among men and women who were entering and the program sellers, they all three went along the corridor to the first row of boxes.
They were jumbled together in a most unsightly fashion, in the middle of the road; to the great obstruction of the thoroughfare and the annoyance of passengers, who were fain to make their way, as they best could, among carts, baskets, barrows, trucks, casks, bulks, and benches, and to jostle with porters, hucksters, waggoners, and a motley crowd of buyers, sellers, pick- pockets, vagrants, and idlers.