Translation of draper in Spanish:

draper

pañero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdreɪpər//ˈdreɪpə/

noun

British
dated

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    pañero masculine dated
    pañera feminine dated
    a draper's una pañería dated
    • By 1429 he had accumulated almost £130 in debts owed to fellow townsmen, other Essex men, and several Londoners; among the creditors were two fishmongers, two drapers and two ironmongers.
    • Others, like vintners, mercers, and drapers, dealt in goods brought into the town from more distant parts.
    • The drab life of the draper's shop, its trivial incidents, are made interesting and important.
    • Isaac Barrow's father, Thomas Barrow, was a linen draper by trade.
    • He toiled as a Broughton draper, selling cloth to merchants.