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to·bac·co·nist

 (tə-băk′ə-nĭst)
n.
A dealer in tobacco and smoking supplies.

tobacconist

(təˈbækənɪst)
n
(Recreational Drugs) chiefly Brit a person or shop that sells tobacco, cigarettes, pipes, etc

to•bac•co•nist

(təˈbæk ə nɪst)

n.
a dealer in tobacco, esp. the owner of a store that sells pipe tobaccos, cigarettes, and cigars.
[1650–60; tobacco + intrusive -n- + -ist]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tobacconist - a retail dealer in tobacco and tobacco-related articlestobacconist - a retail dealer in tobacco and tobacco-related articles
market keeper, shopkeeper, storekeeper, tradesman - a merchant who owns or manages a shop
2.tobacconist - a shop that sells pipes and pipe tobacco and cigars and cigarettestobacconist - a shop that sells pipes and pipe tobacco and cigars and cigarettes
shop, store - a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"
Translations
بَائِعُ السَّجَائِربائِع السَّجائِر
-katrafikatrafikant
tobakshandler
tupakkakauppa
prodavač duhana
trafik
tóbakssali
タバコ屋
담배 가게
trafikant
tobaksaffär
พ่อค้าขายผลิตภัณฑ์ประเภทยาสูบ
sigara bayiitütüncü
cửa hàng bán thuốc lá

tobacconist

[təˈbækənɪst] N (Brit) → estanquero/a m/f, tabaquero/a m/f
tobacconist's (shop)estanco m, tabaquería f

tobacconist

[təˈbækənɪst] n
(= person) → marchand(e) m/f de tabac
tobacconist's (shop) → bureau m de tabac, tabac mtobacco pouch nblague f à tabac-to-be adj (in compounds)futur(e) before n

tobacconist

nTabak(waren)händler(in) m(f); (= shop)Tabak(waren)laden m; at the tobacconist’sim Tabak(waren)laden

tobacconist

[təˈbækənɪst] n (Brit) → tabaccaio/a
tobacconist's (shop) → tabaccheria

tobacco

(təˈbӕkəu) nounplural tobaccos
(a type of plant that has) leaves that are dried and used for smoking in pipes, cigarettes, cigars etc, or as snuff. Tobacco is bad for your health.
toˈbacconist (-nist) noun
a person who sells tobacco, cigarettes etc.

tobacconist

بَائِعُ السَّجَائِر trafika tobakshandler Tabakwarenladen καπνοπωλείο estanco tupakkakauppa bureau de tabac prodavač duhana tabaccaio タバコ屋 담배 가게 sigarenwinkel tobakksforretning kiosk tytoniowy tabacaria табачный магазин tobaksaffär พ่อค้าขายผลิตภัณฑ์ประเภทยาสูบ tütüncü cửa hàng bán thuốc lá 香烟店
References in classic literature ?
Could you by any means find time to look in at that address?' handing him a little card, printed for circulation among the connection of Chivery and Co., Tobacconists, Importers of pure Havannah Cigars, Bengal Cheroots, and fine- flavoured Cubas, Dealers in Fancy Snuffs, &C.
A nice old brier with a good long stem of what the tobacconists call amber.
Mr Richard Swiveller's apartments were in the neighbourhood of Drury Lane, and in addition to this convenience of situation had the advantage of being over a tobacconist's shop, so that he was enabled to procure a refreshing sneeze at any time by merely stepping out upon the staircase, and was saved the trouble and expense of maintaining a snuff-box.
For, "Oh dear," she thought, looking into a tobacconist's window, "I don't care for any of them, and I don't care for William, and people say this is the thing that matters most, and I can't see what they mean by it."
Married a young woman out of a tobacconist's, and lived in the Fens--never heard what became of him."
I found people in the town quite secure again in the presence of the military, and I heard for the first time from Marshall, the tobacconist, that his son was among the dead on the common.
At the bar- ber's or tobacconist's they asked familiarly, 'Do you think you will ever get to Bankok?' Meantime the owner, the underwriters, and the charterers squabbled amongst themselves in London, and our pay went on.
One could lock one's door, or ask the tobacconist downstairs
He sought news of me from the garcons at the various cafes, from the cochers de fiacre in front of the Exchange, from the tobacconist lady at the counter of the fashionable Debit de Tabac, from the old man who sold papers outside the cercle, and from the flower-girl at the door of the fashionable restaurant where I had my table.
If you seriously desire to deceive me you must change your tobacconist; for when I see the stub of a cigarette marked Bradley, Oxford Street, I know that my friend Watson is in the neighbourhood.
By the way, I have been reading a short but clear and interesting account of the old building, purchasable at the modest sum of one penny from the local tobacconist."
There is Mortimer's, the tobacconist, the little newspaper shop, the Coburg branch of the City and Suburban Bank, the Vegetarian Restaurant, and McFarlane's carriage-building depot.