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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvendorvend‧or /ˈvendə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 SELLsomeone who sells things, especially on the streetnewspaper vendor/ice cream etc vendor He bought a copy from a newspaper vendor. the shouts of street vendors2 formal or law someone who is selling something leading software vendors
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vendorThe official reason was that I accepted a gift from a vendor, something which I was told violated company policy.a computer vendora hot-dog vendorOutside the theatre, there was a row of flower vendors.Frank stopped to buy the evening paper from a news vendor.Flags sold by street vendors fluttered in the crowd of about 5,000.In addition, the purchaser may ask the vendor to warrant the certificate of title.Ideally the purchaser would wish to have the vendor negotiate actively with the purchaser on an exclusive basis during an initial period.The risk to the purchaser in this solution is that the vendor may still wish to pursue debtors.
From Longman Business Dictionaryvendorvend‧or /ˈvendə-ər/ noun [countable] formalLAWCOMMERCE someone who is selling something, especially a house or a piece of land SYN SELLERHouse sales could dry up as vendors refuse to accept drastic price cuts.leading software vendors
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