Definición de peddler en inglés:

peddler

Silabificación: ped·dler
Pronunciación: /ˈpedlər, ˈpedl-ər
 
/
(also pedlar)

sustantivo

  • 1A person who goes from place to place selling small goods.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Tea vendors pass by, and peddlers sell clothes, snacks and herbs from strategic positions on the ground.
    • These were a very persistent variety of peddler that would not take a polite ‘No thank you’ for an answer (even when spoken in Thai).
    • The sights and smells of the island (beginning with the oranges pedlars are selling on the train) creep up on you as the train snakes south towards the Straits of Messina.
    Sinónimos
    traveling salesman/salesperson, door-to-door salesman/salesperson; huckster; street trader, hawker
    archaic chapman
  • 1.1A person who sells illegal drugs or stolen goods: a drug peddler
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The illegal drugs were then transported to nearby Infanta town ahead of being distributed to illegal drug peddlers in Manila.
    • Law enforcement agencies therefore responded by resorting to the apprehension of rather small-scale drug peddlers.
    • A majority of them are rag pickers, petty hawkers, shoeshine boys, beggars and sometimes, petty pickpockets and drug peddlers.
    Sinónimos
    trafficker, dealer
    informal pusher
  • 1.2A person who promotes an idea or view persistently or widely: peddlers of dangerous utopianism
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Luckily, the peddlers of this dangerous message haven't come up with a catchy jingle.

Origen

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

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