Definition of vendor in English:

vendor

Line breaks: vend¦or
Pronunciation: /ˈvɛndə, ˈvɛndɔː
 
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(US also vender)

noun

1A person or company offering something for sale, especially a trader in the street: an Italian ice-cream vendor
More example sentences
  • They found a street vendor selling ice cream; this time Rose wouldn't take no for an answer.
  • She glanced around quickly, and her eyes caught a street vender who was selling ice cream.
  • These are sold at market or by street vendors, but people typically grow enough for their own consumption.
Synonyms
tout, barrow boy;
broker, agent, representative, negotiator;
North American sales clerk, clerk, storekeeper
dated chandler, pedlar, hawker
rare huckster, crier, colporteur
1.1 /also ˈvɛndɔː/ Law The seller in a sale, especially of property.
More example sentences
  • First, he must be sure that the vendor of the property is really entitled to sell it.
  • Contracts between the vendor and the claimant were exchanged on 12 th June 1995.
  • In the agreement the vendor warranted that the pool machinery was properly constructed and free of structural deficits.

Origin

late 16th century: from Anglo-Norman French vendour (see vend).

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