In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person, company)vendedor masculinevendedora feminine
- One of the nostalgic memories all visitors to Turkey bring home are the cries, along with the call to prayers, of the ubiquitous street sellers.
- There are also many street musicians, artists and flower sellers.
- She was an orange girl, a flower seller and small girl selling water cress and many more.
- Their children will have to drop out of school and get in fight on the streets, or become street musicians or street newspaper sellers.
- It's an occasion for patriotism, with street sellers offering flags to passers-by.
- Police have declared war on rogue street sellers causing a nuisance to shoppers and traders in Chelmsford.
- Trading standards chiefs found street sellers peddling the furry pandas, rabbits, cats and dogs in Rochdale and Oldham.
- These retailers, rather than newsagents, are now the biggest sellers of newspapers.
- Soak up the atmosphere as you mingle with fruit and spice sellers, basket sellers and ironmongers.
- The street sellers are all eager, animated young men who use guile and smiles to get shoppers to pay up.
- Clark, who was a newspaper seller on the streets and was known as Nobby, was attacked at night and robbed of his watch and the contents of his money belt.
- However, there are areas in Jakarta where sellers lineup on the streets with small puppies in cages for sale.
- I can't eat my soup and sandwich at Atlas without something to read, and so I stop off to buy the Nottingham Evening Post from a street seller.
- He remembers Evening Advertiser street sellers standing outside the main works entrance and at several other places in Swindon.
- This also includes not intruding on the preferred sites of street traders and Big Issue sellers.
- The street sellers are expected to abide by the city's regulations to keep the streets clean and organized.
- Many African musicians find that they do better financially by marketing their own cassettes through street sellers.
- A market stall-holder, a seller of vegetables, tries to buy your sword for just three gold coins.
- But by this time shopkeepers and fellow street sellers had gathered around, so the group left.
- I searched in vain for the street seller I bought a necklace from and promptly lost in the Blue Lagoon near Keflavik.
2(product)to be a good/poor seller — venderse bien/mal
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