Definition of 'newsagent'
Example sentences containing 'newsagent'
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In the village we have two shops and one newsagent. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They bought the lottery ticket from their local newsagent and each picked a random line of numbers. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Yet this range is for convenience stores and newsagents. The Sun (2011)The local newsagent said he would not miss his trade. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Fill in the form on the left and take it to your local newsagent today to save a copy. The Sun (2012)The newsagent not saying good morning. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They run a newsagent's and have always done that all their lives. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Singles find love in coffee shops, newsagents and show homes. The Sun (2016)It no longer runs the newsagents' chain for which it is most famous. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He works as a regional manager for a chain of newsagents and convenience stores in eastern Scotland. Times, Sunday Times (2009)His father was a carpenter who ran a newsagent's shop. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The report also found 90 per cent of shoppers thought a local newsagent was important. The Sun (2012)How else to explain the sudden rush of the country's top brains towards the top shelves of their local newsagents? Times, Sunday Times (2011)And for those worried about taking away business from local newsagents, we can send you vouchers that can be used in the shop. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Look out for trading card game packets - only 1 at all good retailers and newsagents. The Sun (2014)This month an all-party group of MPs will report on the bleak future of independent shops and newsagents. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I like running a newsagent. The Sun (2014)Although spurned by the main distributors, their glossy appearances enabled him to sell them through small, local newsagents. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A masked robber who held up a newsagent's shop was so casual that he clutched a cup of coffee throughout the raid. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He is charged with murder and arson with intent to harm others, after a fire at a Bristol newsagent shop. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'newsagent'
British English: newsagent /ˈnjuːzˌeɪdʒənt/ NOUN
A newsagent is the shopkeeper of a shop where newspapers, sweets, soft drinks, and stationery are sold.
- American English: newsdealer
- Arabic: دُكَانٌ َيبِيعُ الْصُحُفَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: banca de jornal
- Chinese: 报刊店
- Croatian: prodavač novina
- Czech: trafikant
- Danish: nyhedsagent
- Dutch: kioskhouder
- European Spanish: quiosquero
- Finnish: sanoma- ja aikakauslehtiä myyvä kauppias
- French: marchand de journaux
- German: Zeitungshändler
- Greek: πράκτορας εφημερίδων
- Italian: giornalaio
- Japanese: 新聞販売店
- Korean: 신문 가게
- Norwegian: nyhetsbyrå
- Polish: właściciel sklepu z czasopismami
- European Portuguese: banca de jornal
- Romanian: vânzător de ziare
- Russian: киоскер
- Spanish: quiosco de prensa
- Swedish: tidningskiosk
- Thai: ร้านขายหนังสือพิมพ์
- Turkish: gazete bayii
- Ukrainian: власник газетного кіоску
- Vietnamese: người bán báo
Definition of newsagent from the Collins English Dictionary
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