stallholder

stallholder

(ˈstɔːlˌhəʊldə)
n
(Commerce) a person who sells goods at a market stall
Translations

stallholder

[ˈstɔːlˌhəʊldəʳ] Ndueño/a m/f de un puesto, puestero/a m/f (LAm)

stallholder

[ˈstɔːlhəʊldər] n (British)marchand(e) m/f (qui tient un étalage)

stallholder

[ˈstɔːlˌhəʊldəʳ] n (Brit) → bancarellista m/f
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And he agreed with another stallholder, Jackie Thorpe, that traders would be happy to move to a new site in the town.
Aima Khalid, a stallholder said 'I am contributing in running the affairs of my home as the salary of my husband was too meagre'.
Hundreds of bees soon became thousands as more and more appeared to join the swarm, and they settled beneath a fold-up table being used by a nearby stallholder.
Inset left (top to bottom) Rhian Kerr with her daughter Maya Povey, entertainer Malcolm Hemmings and stallholder Laxmi Konthalapally of Sai Gifts Craffts with one of her home-made bags
By the time he realised his mistake they had been sold for a song by a stallholder who found them abandoned.
Traders will be back at Ruthin Market Hall for the weekly local produce market on Saturday after property managers GFM handed the contract back to an experienced stallholder.
A young stallholder at the market said: "Three bombs exploded one after the other.
There will be live music, a birthday cake prepared by stallholder Seasons Farm Foods and tea and coffee courtesy of the Butcher's Arms.
Started six years ago to promote the market for Welsh wool, this year the festival was officially recognised by Clarence House as supporting * Stallholder with a Leicester Longwool sheep on the Yeo Farm stand, which won second prize in the category for livestock stands PICTURE: John Teale Prince Charles' Campaign for Wool, set up in January 2010 to promote the properties of the product and to help support sheep farming.
Nadeem, a stallholder told Daily Times that he wanted to start business of frozen items, but due to unavailability of electricity it was not possible.
She picked up a large jar and was discussing price etc and spoke of the quality, the lady stallholder told her that they were excellent and quietly added that she had won first prize in a local home produce fayre, for these pickles.
It was my 25th as a stallholder and my 24th as organiser.