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dealer

Pronunciación: /ˈdiːlər; ˈdiːlə(r)/

Traducción de dealer en español:

noun/nombre

  • 1 1.1 (trader)dealer (in sth) arms/drug dealer traficante (masculine and feminine) de armas/drogas a dealer in livestock un consignatario or tratante de ganado she's a record/car dealer se dedica a la compra-venta de discos/coches visit your local Ford/Hoover dealer visite a su concesionario Ford/representante Hoover más próximo a dealer in stolen goods un reducidor 1.2 [Finance] corredor, (masculine, feminine) de bolsa or de valores foreign currency dealer agente (masculine and feminine) de cambio
    Example sentences
    • The edition, which was expected to fetch up to £10,000, was bought by a book dealer in Bristol.
    • Although we bought calves locally for rearing, we sometimes bought them from a dealer in Cheshire.
    • The painting of Calais, being sold by a dealer in Hampshire, was also snapped up for the gallery.
  • 2 [Games/Juegos] the dealer el que da or reparte las cartas
    Example sentences
    • At the beginning of the game, the dealer deals to each player until the deck is exhausted.
    • The game begins with the dealer flipping a card face-up in front of the person to his or her left.
    • The early surrender rule allows the player to throw in the hand before the dealer checks the hole card for a Blackjack.

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