There are 2 main translations of vendedor in English:

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vendedor 1

also: feminine: vendedora

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There are 2 main translations of vendedor in English:

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vendedor 2

also: feminine: vendedora sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Compounds

vendedor a domicilio

sustantivo masculino

vendedora a domicilio

sustantivo femenino
  • door-to-door sales agent
    door-to-door saleswoman

vendedor ambulante

sustantivo masculino

vendedora ambulante

sustantivo femenino

vendedor callejero

masculino

vendedora callejera

femenino

vendedor de periódicos

sustantivo masculino
  • newspaper vendor o seller

vendedora de periódicos

sustantivo femenino
  • newspaper vendor o seller
Example sentences
  • Precisamente de estas provincias proviene la mayoría de vendedores.
  • Pocos vendedores informales de pirotécnicos ilegales ofrecen sus productos en la Carretera Central.
  • Rafael Rodríguez, vendedor del mercado, comentó “todo en mi puesto vale BsF.

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