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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdealerdeal‧er /ˈdiːlə $ -ər/ ●●○ W3 noun [countable]  1 SELLsomeone who buys and sells a particular product, especially an expensive onecar/antique/art etc dealerdealer in a dealer in modern art2 MDDsomeone who sells illegal drugs3 DGCsomeone who gives out playing cards in a game
Examples from the Corpus
dealerShe bought the painting from a Swiss art dealer.To think so was to be conned by the art dealers.Make sure you buy your used car from an authorised dealer.a car dealerBattle continues: A lengthy battle between a scrap car dealer and Sedgefield District Council remains unresolved.Customers will be linked to a local computer dealer, which will deliver the products.According to a senior currency dealer, the pound is likely to continue to rise against the dollar.Die in Dayton builds the molds car manufacturers use for air bags, and Design Forum in Kettering designs dealer showrooms.Call loans are used by banks to adjust rates and by investment dealers to purchase securities."The market has been strong, " said one dealer.But to secure a conviction they must show prove the culprits are professional dealers.That dealer is now a stockbroker.The memo urges dealers to take machines to Apple service providers for repairs or to call 1-800-SOS-APPL.car/antique/art etc dealerBefore completing his instalments, the customer without authority sold the car to Twitchings, a car dealer.Last summer, a friend of mine, an antique dealer, had too much to drink.When asked, archivists and art dealers shrug and allude to the war.Jasper had told me he had a store on East Twelfth Street, as do many antique dealers.Found them at my pet antiques dealer in Cannes.To think so was to be conned by the art dealers.