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bookseller

Pronunciation: /ˈbʊkˌselər; ˈbʊkˌselə(r)/

Translation of bookseller in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • librero, (masculine, feminine) a firm of booksellers una librería
    Example sentences
    • The publisher would not reveal the size of its initial print run but said it was forced to publish a second edition with some booksellers quickly selling out.
    • Such books are sold through small booksellers, who are not accountable to any sales laws and who do not care for business ethics.
    • Aiming to tap this holiday mood, a number of publishers and booksellers are organising book exhibitions in the city.

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