Translation of trader in Spanish:


comerciante, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtreɪdə//ˈtreɪdər/


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    comerciante masculine
    • Trading was conducted by traders on the floor of the pit calling out and signalling to each other.
    • Currency traders said some of the details of the report were not as bad as feared.
    • Fluctuations in the dollar brought out the foreign currency traders.
    • So support your local market traders and enjoy fine food.
    • Stock market traders fear that the violence may reach a level where it will disrupt world oil supplies.
    • He was convinced that the foreign opium traders had no countenance from their governments at home.
    • Rogue traders who are selling fireworks to kids are likely to find themselves in hot water.
    • However, some traders fear that the initiative will have little real effect.
    • But, on Wednesday, the town's traders decided they would do it no more.
    • Many local leaders, however, continued to sell captives to illegal slave traders.
    • For the traders on the floor, they all said it was a quiet day, it was a blip.
    • The story goes that Portuguese slave traders, watching Africans digging up some roots, asked what they were called.
    • Bringing more people into the town could also be a welcome boost for the town's traders.
    • After all, there is no shortage of traders willing to deal in Third World debt.
    • The redevelopment will be welcomed by traders in the area whose businesses have suffered.
    • Do stock market traders understand how politics affect the markets?
    • And traders complained that too many customers were getting booked while they were trying to pick up goods.
    • Feeling a career in the academy would be too risky, he became a commodities trader and trading systems designer.
    • French fur traders and explorers first visited the Rainy Lake area in the late 17th century.
    • Law-abiding traders complained after noticing a huge number of fakes on the market.
    • The first French settlement was begun by fur traders in Acadia in 1604.
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    (on stock exchange)
    operador masculine
    operadora feminine
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    buque mercante masculine