Definición de pedlar en inglés:

pedlar

Saltos de línea: ped¦lar
Pronunciación: /ˈpɛdlə
 
/

sustantivo

chiefly British
1A person who goes from place to place selling small goods: the visit of the pedlar to Irish country houses was a very special event in the lives of children in the 1950s
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They came as sailors, pedlars, traders of all sorts, cloth merchants, spice dealers, preachers, teachers and sometimes all of the above in a single lifetime.
  • Before then, buying and selling occurred through fairs, market-stalls, artisans' workshops, or itinerant pedlars.
  • Prices were partly determined by the efficiency of merchants, traders, and peddlers, as we will see in the next section.
Sinónimos
travelling salesman, door-to-door salesman;
British barrow boy;
West Indian higgler
British informal fly-pitcher
dated hawker
archaic chapman, packman
rare huckster, crier, colporteur
trafficker, dealer
informal pusher
2 variant spelling of peddler (sense 1).

Origen

Middle English: perhaps an alteration of synonymous dialect pedder, apparently from dialect ped 'pannier'.

Derivativos

pedlary

sustantivo ( archaic )

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