Translation of seller in Spanish:

seller

Pronunciation: /ˈselər; ˈselə(r)/

n

  • 1 (person, company) vendedor, (masculine, feminine) a seller's market un mercado favorable al vendedor
    More example sentences
    • Their children will have to drop out of school and get in fight on the streets, or become street musicians or street newspaper sellers.
    • Clark, who was a newspaper seller on the streets and was known as Nobby, was attacked at night and robbed of his watch and the contents of his money belt.
    • But by this time shopkeepers and fellow street sellers had gathered around, so the group left.
  • 2 (product) to be a good/poor seller venderse bien/mal

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