In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1vendedor de periódicos masculinevendedora de periódicos femininediariero masculine Southern Conediariera feminine Southern Cone
- We cannot listen to the BBC nowadays - I asked the newsvendor this morning about the situation.
- W. H., and Son, Ltd, a firm of stationers, newsagents, and booksellers, originated in a small newsvendor's shop opened in London in Little Grosvenor Street in 1792 by Henry Walton Smith and his wife Anna.
- From its humble beginnings in 1792, as a small newsvendor in Little Grosvenor Street, Henry Walton Smith's little retailing enterprise has become an intrinsic feature of the UK High Street scene.
- Its ability to price its product has also been under the cosh as other newsvendors cut prices to capture a bigger share of a shrinking market.
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