Translation of poulterer in Spanish:

poulterer

pollero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpəʊlt(ə)rə//ˈpoʊltərər/

noun

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    pollero masculine
    pollera feminine
    poulterer's pollería feminine
    • It's good news for poulterers but poor news for the vicar - nearly three-quarters of us will tuck into turkey at Christmas, but little more than 25 per cent will attend a church service.
    • Alas, the York poulterer had only large turkeys left in the shop, so what he did was cut the birds in half.
    • There were country folk and lecturers, dentists and poulterers, a hairdresser from Cardiff and a poet from Cheltenham.
    • Since organic poulterers don't use artificial light to force their hens to keep laying, you can boost their income by buying their high-summer egg surplus - and using them in this wonderful dish.
    • Further into Chinatown there are more traditional market-type shops, including fishmongers with plastic buckets of eels, poulterers with flattened ducks and grocers with rambutans, lychees and other tropical Asian fruits.