Noun(1) a businessperson engaged in retail trade
(1) Tulips became a status symbol - and wealthy Dutch and European aristocrats and newly-wealthy merchant classes had to have them!(2) Thus, the potential of global exposure to global communication, the dream of every merchant in history, has arrived.(3) At twelve years of age, Verne ran off to be a cabin boy on a merchant ship, thinking he was going to have an adventure.(4) Bristol poet, Thomas Rowley, a monk and friend of William Canynge, a historical Bristol merchant .(5) Come on out, you fuzzy-headed wind-up merchant .(6) Calls for western-style reforms tend to be confined to the merchant classes and some members of the existing establishment.(7) Toward the left foreground are the small yellow houses of the common people; note the red roofs of the merchant class, clustered around the open bazaar.(8) At this stage in history, the merchant class, desperate for money to finance their adventures, struggled with the monopoly of the moneylenders and overcame it.(9) As well as being the senior ensign of the King's ships, the red ensign was also worn by merchant ships.(10) The diary's favourite balls-up merchant is still Danny, though.(11) The fleet of merchant ships was as busy as Rome readying for war.(12) The people who benefited most, economically, were the merchant class and slightly wealthier farmers.(13) In a masterstroke of casting, He plays Vanya as a bored and disappointed man who entertains himself by playing the Glasgow wind-up merchant .(14) A very well off and prosperous merchant , to be sure, but my ancestors had to work for the respect my father has now.(15) Summer runs were deemed too risky, because foul winter weather provided far better cover for slow-moving merchant ships.(16) The English were informed of the Spanish movements and quickly assembled a fleet of mostly merchant ships.
(1) merchant bank :: faipisinisi faletupe
1. trader ::
3. wholesaler ::
4. broker ::
5. agent ::
6. seller ::
8. buyer and seller ::
tagata faatau ma tagata faatau
9. vendor ::
tagata faʻatau atu
10. distributor ::
11. peddler ::
13. shopkeeper ::
14. storekeeper ::
Different Formsmerchant, merchantable, merchants
Word Example from TV Shows
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And I'm no lord, merely a humble MERCHANT.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 4
Now if you'll pardon me,
I'll seek out the MERCHANT captain,
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 7
You can't just hand a dry cock to a MERCHANT
and expect him to pay for it.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 6
That wine MERCHANT tried to poison me
because of your information.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 8
Why are we on a MERCHANT ship?
Why no Lannister sails?
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 4
English to Samoan Dictionary: merchant
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