[ UK /tɹˈe‍ɪdɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈtɹeɪdɝ/ ]
  1. someone who purchases and maintains an inventory of goods to be sold
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How To Use trader In A Sentence

  • With check-in times now prolonged because of security issues, traders are lapping up even more business as they tempt us with their trinkets and gewgaws.
  • From the early 1620s, coastal Indians supplied wampum (sacred shell beads, polished and strung in strands, belts, or sashes) to Dutch traders who exchanged it with inland natives for beaver pelts.
  • Some archaeologists have been championing the culture of pre-Roman Britain for some time and the Shropshire road may confirm that traders were bringing back continental innovations to add to existing native achievements in art and engineering. Letters: Native culture of pre-Roman Britain
  • There were horse traders, mule teamsters, and frequent drovers of cattle. 'David Ruggles'
  • Many coffee farmers sell their beans to domestic traders for between 27 to 31 cents a pound, Robinson says.
  • Undercover cops set up a stall and posed as market traders to catch a gang of mobile phone thieves.
  • While SocGen management has called Kerviel a trader "without genius" who was "acting alone," French bloggers are touting his "lucidity" and bravery for standing up to a system that "brings up its shady dealings only when they are unfavorable to them. France’s New Anti-Hero
  • He was also a liveryman of the Paviors' Company and founder member of the World Traders' Company.
  • An assortment of leather sheaths hang like washing on a line in a mocked-up Saxon trader's stall.
  • Traders in Waterfoot hit out at DEFRA'S new guidelines that rule all waste disposed of by business owners must be accompanied by a certificate of proof, showing how the waste was disposed.
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