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Another is said to have bought cocaine and cannabis from a local dealer. The Sun (2017)Dealers are selling heroin and crack using anonymous mobile numbers and couriers. The Sun (2017)Weeks after his release he was heading to rob a drug dealer when he decided to quit crime. The Sun (2016)He had drug debts of 400 and was being pressurised by a known drug dealer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I thought there was a problem with the battery so took it to a local watch dealer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)TWO men were jailed yesterday for trying to help a drug dealer cover up a fatal hit-and-run. The Sun (2017)The sun was shining and we passed a secondhand car dealer and saw a blue convertible BMW. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I was a drug dealer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A POLICE officer suffered multiple head injuries after being attacked by a suspected drug dealer in a cannabis raid. The Sun (2016)You can also buy and sell at specialist dealers and at auction houses. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Car dealers will also be bracing themselves for big business. Times, Sunday Times (2006)People were either taxi drivers or drug dealers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)My dealer now says it is a feature of the car. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But the dealers on the street will be the winners. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You will usually find local music dealers willing to give time and advice. Working with Teenagers (1994)Local antique dealers and auction houses might give you a free valuation. Times, Sunday Times (2010)BRITAIN'S biggest car dealer has launched a click and collect service. The Sun (2015)How much money do drug dealers make? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Dealers say that these deals are relatively safe from the economic cycle. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And now you can do so without the hassle of haggling with a car dealer. The Sun (2016)And a third as a successful recruitment consultant who was also an international drug dealer. The Sun (2013)What if you are an arms dealer and a rival puts six tons of plastic explosive in your seat? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Your main dealer or a local garage will have to remove the petrol tank and remove the pipe to check its condition. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Many of the older models will be passed on to used car dealers to sell or to go under the hammer at auction. The Sun (2010)Mrs May hopes it will hit dealers who arm street gangs. The Sun (2012)As they'll no longer qualify for bulk discounts from our arms dealers. The Sun (2013)Arms dealers say that it is driven largely by demand from Syria. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A street dealer could sell you anything without you knowing what it is. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A fortnight on the yacht of a friendly arms dealer? Times, Sunday Times (2007)The other bonus is that they stock cars from a big variety of manufacturers, unlike franchised dealers who usually sell just one range. The Sun (2011)He was pragmatic, entrepreneurial, a horse dealer and a trader. Sharing the Success - the story of NFC (1990)
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Translations for 'dealer'
British English: dealer /ˈdiːlə/ NOUN
A dealer is a person whose business involves buying and selling things.
...an antique dealer.
- American English: dealer
- Arabic: تَاجِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: negociante
- Chinese: 经销商
- Croatian: prodavač
- Czech: obchodník
- Danish: forhandler sælger
- Dutch: dealer
- European Spanish: comerciante
- Finnish: kauppias
- French: marchand
- German: Händler
- Greek: αντιπρόσωπος
- Italian: rivenditore
- Japanese: ディーラー
- Korean: 상인
- Norwegian: forhandler
- Polish: handlarz
- European Portuguese: negociante
- Romanian: negustor
- Russian: торговец
- Spanish: tratante
- Swedish: handlare
- Thai: ผู้ทำธุรกิจ
- Turkish: satıcı
- Ukrainian: торговець
- Vietnamese: người buôn bán
Definition of dealer from the Collins English Dictionary
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