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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Medieval Latin
Origin: stationarius 'bookseller', from statio 'shop', from Latin; STATION1

stationer

noun
     
Related topics: Trade, Occupations
sta‧tion‧er [countable] British English
1

stationer's

a shop that sells stationery
2BOBBT someone in charge of a shop that sells stationery

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