In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(salesman)vendedor ambulante masculinevendedora ambulante feminine[ S ]no hawkers — prohibida la venta ambulante
- The city of Johannesburg is developing a programme to assist hawkers who sell food on the streets of the city.
- Shopfronts and stalls were open, with hawkers shouting and displaying their wares for the crowds.
- On the way out of the chamber afterwards several different party journals were being sold by hawkers.
- The law forbids it, but these street hawkers slaughter animals and sell the meat to the poor.
- Tickets were sold in advance for $45, but street hawkers were selling them for about $200.
- The hawkers sell all and sundry: from handkerchiefs to electronic goods.
- Nearly 25 per cent of the collected waste was sold to hawkers.
- To meet the family's financial needs, his 19 year-old son quit school and now works as a hawker selling vegetables.
- One day soon hawkers will be selling miniature plastic replicas outside.
- Street corners are dotted with hawkers selling their pies hot from portable ovens.
- Gradually market traders and hawkers moved in until eventually the tunnel became a seedy backwater.
- The crowd swelled as the day progressed, to the great pleasure of hawkers selling eatables and tea.
- City authorities will plan to wipe out the sight of beggars and hawkers selling flowers or newspapers at intersections.
- At the resorts, hawkers sell designer replicas and reproductions to a ready eastern European market, as well as the growing number of Germans and British visitors.
- A wide range of commodities ranging from fruits to light bulbs are sold by enterprising hawkers.
- Hawkers came to sell their wares in small row boats near the cruise boats.
- At the entrances to subway stations, hawkers who used to sell city maps have shifted their focus to the rain business.
- Mehmood, their father, is a hawker selling odd food items.
- The Municipality is not happy with hawkers who sell on street corners in the industrial area.
- At night, it turns into a massive open air cafe area, with dozens of food hawkers selling a variety of food, from the traditional to the modern.
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