newsdealer


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news·deal·er

 (no͞oz′dē′lər, nyo͞oz′-)
n.
One who sells newspapers, magazines, and other periodicals.

news•deal•er

(ˈnuzˌdi lər, ˈnyuz-)

n.
a person who sells newspapers and periodicals.
[1860–65]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.newsdealer - someone who sells newspapers
market keeper, shopkeeper, storekeeper, tradesman - a merchant who owns or manages a shop
Translations
trafikant
nyhedsagent
sanoma- ja aikakauslehtiä myyvä kauppias
prodavač novina
新聞販売店
신문 가게
tidningskiosk
ร้านขายหนังสือพิมพ์
người bán báo

newsdealer

[ˈnjuːzˈdiːləʳ] N (US) → vendedor(a) m/f de periódicos

newsdealer

[ˈnjuːzdiːlər] n (US) = newsagentnews desk n (TV, RADIO) (= department) → service m des informations

newsdealer

[ˈnjuːzˌdiːləʳ] n (Am) → giornalaio/a

newsdealer

دُكَانٌ َيبِيعُ الْصُحُفَ trafikant nyhedsagent Zeitungshändler πράκτορας εφημερίδων quiosco de prensa, quiosquero sanoma- ja aikakauslehtiä myyvä kauppias marchand de journaux prodavač novina giornalaio 新聞販売店 신문 가게 kioskhouder nyhetsbyrå właściciel sklepu z czasopismami banca de jornal киоскер tidningskiosk ร้านขายหนังสือพิมพ์ gazete bayii người bán báo 报刊店
References in periodicals archive ?
Opinion, The Union Turned Out, Lamoille Newsdealer (Hyde Park, VT) (Dec.
While Dick Tracy was deemed to be a test case, the province of Manitoba had previously tried to prosecute another newsdealer as a "test case" a few years earlier without success.
Roth kept a file of reviews, including those in the New York Telegraph, The Call, Bookseller, Stationer, and Newsdealer, The American Hebrew (Elias Lieberman), The New York Evening Post, The New York Sun (Herbert Gorman), Poetry (Nelson Crawford), The Dial, The Hebrew Standard ("N.
Books and Notions, a trade journal, operated under various names during this period: Books and Notions (1884-1895), Canada Bookseller and Stationer (1896-1897), Bookseller and Stationer (1897-1907), Bookseller & Stationer and Canadian Newsdealer (1908-1910) and Bookseller & Stationer and Office Equipment Journal from 1911 It kept its readers up-to-date on issues and events, including travellers' sales trips, gossip about members of the book trade, corporate acquisitions, and lists of books registered at the Copyright Office in Ottawa.
Weak ties are the bonds we have with our more casual friends, neighbors, and acquaintances, such as the corner newsdealer.
It was all busyness on that empty street in its silence, all the store signs blazing away, the neon colors in the windows, the laundromat, the check-cashing store, the one-hour photo and passport, the newsdealer, the coffee shop, and the dry cleaner's, and the parking meters looking made of gold under the amber light of the street lamps.
Do I need to spell out that without the tourist, neither the bellboy, the landlord, the newsdealer, or the nervous employees of the department store, ad agency, and newspaper are likely to feel splurging on theater tickets?
He sold it in 1888 to the MacLean Company, who renamed it Bookseller and Stationer in March 1895, but this title varied over the years as Bookseller and Stationer and Canadian Newsdealer and Bookseller and Stationer and Office Equipment Journal.
He was apparently stealing their newsdealer customers from them by guaranteeing that he would accept all returns.
And true to Wilde's reputation, these works, and especially Dorian Gray, soon became a succes de scandale: The issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine in which the novel first appeared was banned from sale by the British newsdealer W.
I toted a copy of the Sunday New York Times home this morning, purchased from the one newsdealer here who still carries it.
Browall started his career as a carrier for the Boston Globe as a 10-year-old, and from 1982-1997, he was with Community Newsdealers Inc.