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One that acts as an agent in the buying and selling of stocks or other securities; a broker.

stock′bro′ker·age n.
stock′brok′ing n.
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(Stock Exchange) a person who buys and sells securities on a commission basis for customers. Often shortened to: broker
stockbrokerage, ˈstockˌbroking n
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(ˈstɒkˌbroʊ kər)

a broker who buys and sells stocks and other securities for customers.
stock′brok`er•age (-ɪdʒ) n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stockbroker - an agent in the buying and selling of stocks and bondsstockbroker - an agent in the buying and selling of stocks and bonds
broker, factor, agent - a businessman who buys or sells for another in exchange for a commission
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سِمْسار الأوراق المالِيَّهسِمْسَارُ البُورْصَة
burzovní makléřmakléř
burzovni mešetar
증권 중개인
borsa tellâlıborsacı
người môi giới chứng khoán


A. Ncorredor(a) m/f de Bolsa, bolsista mf
B. CPD stockbroker belt N (Brit) → zona f residencial de los bolsistas
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[ˈstɒkbrəʊkər] nagent mf de change
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[ˈstɒkˌbrəʊkəʳ] nagente m di cambio
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(stok) noun
1. (often in plural) a store of goods in a shop, warehouse etc. Buy while stocks last!; The tools you require are in / out of stock (= available / not available).
2. a supply of something. We bought a large stock of food for the camping trip.
3. farm animals. He would like to purchase more (live) stock.
4. (often in plural) money lent to the government or to a business company at a fixed interest. government stock; He has $20,000 in stocks and shares.
5. liquid obtained by boiling meat, bones etc and used for making soup etc.
6. the handle of a whip, rifle etc.
common; usual. stock sizes of shoes.
1. to keep a supply of for sale. Does this shop stock writing-paper?
2. to supply (a shop, farm etc) with goods, animals etc. He cannot afford to stock his farm.
ˈstockist noun
a person who stocks certain goods. These boots can be obtained from your local stockist.
stocks noun plural
1. the wooden framework upon which a ship is supported when being built, repaired etc.
2. formerly a wooden frame in which a criminal was fastened as a punishment.
ˈstockbroker noun
a person who buys and sells stocks and shares for others.
stock exchange
a place where stocks and shares are bought and sold.
stock market
a stock exchange, or the dealings on that.
ˈstockpile noun
a supply of goods or materials accumulated eg by a government in case of war or other emergency.
to accumulate (a supply of this sort).
ˌstock-ˈstill adjective, adverb
motionless. He stood absolutely stock-still.
ˈstock-taking noun
a regular check of the goods in a shop, warehouse etc.
stock up
to accumulate a supply of (something). The boys were stocking up on/with chocolate and lemonade for their walk.
take stock
to form an opinion (about a situation etc). Before you decide, give yourself time to take stock (of the situation).
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سِمْسَارُ البُورْصَة burzovní makléř børsmægler Börsenmakler χρηματιστής corredor de Bolsa pörssimeklari courtier burzovni mešetar agente di cambio 株式仲買人 증권 중개인 effectenmakelaar aksjemegler makler giełdowy corretor da bolsa биржевой маклер börsmäklare นายหน้าขายหุ้น borsacı người môi giới chứng khoán 证券经纪人
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References in classic literature ?
The person to whom I have been speaking is my stockbroker."
The right house was the residence of an opulent stockbroker who wore a heavy watch-chain and seemed fair game.
These, in any case, are the points that I would see to, were I a rich stockbroker in a riverside suburb.
I know that the tune I am piping is a very mild one (although there are some terrific chapters coming presently), and must beg the good- natured reader to remember that we are only discoursing at present about a stockbroker's family in Russell Square, who are taking walks, or luncheon, or dinner, or talking and making love as people do in common life, and without a single passionate and wonderful incident to mark the progress of their loves.
With intervals of Marshalsea lounging, and Mrs Bangham succession, his small second mother, aided by her trusty friend, got him into a warehouse, into a market garden, into the hop trade, into the law again, into an auctioneers, into a brewery, into a stockbroker's, into the law again, into a coach office, into a waggon office, into the law again, into a general dealer's, into a distillery, into the law again, into a wool house, into a dry goods house, into the Billingsgate trade, into the foreign fruit trade, and into the docks.
In Brittany he had come across a painter whom nobody else had heard of, a queer fellow who had been a stockbroker and taken up painting at middle-age, and he was greatly influenced by his work.
I met a young New York stockbroker, named Nesbitt, in London, and in common with all London, I suppose, by this time, I learnt the secret of all those anonymous contributions to the hospitals and other charitable causes during the last year."
"To look at, one might think he was a successful stockbroker, and not one of the greatest painters of the age.
You must have discovered a mine, or else become a stockbroker."
Then she reinvested, and, owing to the good advice of her stockbrokers, became rather richer than she had been before.
As for stockbrokers of the Wall Street species, they transact practically all their business by telephone.
{agents de change = stockbrokers; napoleon = gold coin worth twenty francs}