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rag·man

 (răg′măn′)
n.
A man who collects and sells rags.

ragman

(ˈræɡˌmæn)
n, pl -men
(Professions) another name for rag-and-bone man

rag•man

(ˈrægˌmæn, -mən)

n., pl. -men (-ˌmɛn, -mən)
a person who gathers or deals in rags.
[1350–1400]
Translations

ragman

[ˈrægmæn] N (ragmen (pl)) → trapero m
References in classic literature ?
The ragman would have declined any negotiations concerning his clothes.
Moeen khan, a ragman while expressing his concern said 'My sales, which are mostly newspapers, will be affected and the cost at which I sell the papers to restaurants or roadside sellers will also go down.'
Moeen khan, a ragman while expressing his concern said: 'My sales, which are mostly newspapers, will be affected and the cost at which I sell the papers to restaurants or roadside sellers will also go down.' Sardar Faheem, the owner of a tandoor, said they buy newspapers from the ragman to wrap chapatti and Naan in it due to cost-effective, while other paper available in the market was not cheaper.
After filling shopping carts at nearby thrift stores, Delehaunty now sources bales of sweaters from an Oregon ragman and surplus T-shirts from Heirlooms for Hospice thrift stores on the Western Slope.
KARACHI -- Landhi police claimed to have recovered a huge stash of textbooks from a ragman's warehouse which were supposed to be distributed free of cost amongst the students in the metropolis.
A ragman's horse and cart were hired for the occasion and Harry (or Harold) drove it through the town at the head of and whether it's true or not I don't know.
Oliver stakes out Tobias and the Amertek leader's meeting, but Ragman interrupts first.
The "Tagalized" Korean movie blockbuster "Gangnam Blues," starring Lee Min Ho as gangster Ragman Jong-dae, is now showing in all SineAsia theaters among SM Cinemas in Metro Manila.
WHEN I was a kid in the 1950s, a major local event was the ragman turning up with his eternal cry of 'toys for rags'.
It was Michael's father who paid the ragman in Sunderland half a crown (two shillings and six pence) for the lantern and slides.
John and the Ragman added his own northern grit with a voice that could plane concrete.