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ped·lar

 (pĕd′lər)
n. Chiefly British
Variant of peddler.

pedlar

;

peddler

or

pedler

n
(Commerce) a person who peddles; hawker
[C14: changed from peder, from ped, pedde basket, of obscure origin]

ped•dler

(ˈpɛd lər)

n.
1. a person who sells from door to door or in the street.
2. a person who tries to promote some cause, candidate, viewpoint, etc.
Sometimes, pedlar, pedler.
[1350–1400; Middle English pedlere, unexplained alter. of peder, derivative of ped(de) basket]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pedlar - someone who travels about selling his wares (as on the streets or at carnivals)pedlar - someone who travels about selling his wares (as on the streets or at carnivals)
chapman - archaic term for an itinerant peddler
cheapjack - a peddler of inferior goods
crier - a peddler who shouts to advertise the goods he sells
muffin man - formerly an itinerant peddler of muffins
sandboy - a young peddler of sand; used now only to express great happiness in `happy as a sandboy'
marketer, seller, trafficker, vender, vendor - someone who promotes or exchanges goods or services for money
transmigrante - a Latin American who buys used goods in the United States and takes them to Latin America to sell

pedlar

see peddler
Translations
بائِع مُتَجَوِّل
podomnípouliční obchodník
dørsælger
farandsali
işportacıseyyar satıcı

pedlar

[ˈpedləʳ] Nvendedor(a) m/f ambulante, buhonero (o.f.) m

pedlar

nHausierer(in) m(f); (of drugs)Dealer(in) m(f) (inf)

pedlar

[ˈpɛdləʳ] nvenditore/trice ambulante; (of drugs) → spacciatore/trice

peddle

(ˈpedl) verb
to go from place to place or house to house selling (small objects). Gypsies often peddle (goods) from door to door.
ˈpedlar , (also, especially American) ˈpeddler noun
a person who peddles. I bought it from a pedlar.
References in periodicals archive ?
Having migrated to urban areas, the rural population that had been a productive population until three decades ago, is now doing official jobs or unofficial jobs such as pedlary and dealership [21].