(of ships, sailors, or shipping activity) Involved with commerce rather than military activity
a merchant seaman
A person or company involved in wholesale trade, esp. one dealing with foreign countries or supplying merchandise to a particular trade
the area's leading timber merchant
a tea merchant
A retail trader; a store owner
the credit cards are accepted by 10 million merchants worldwide
(esp. in historical contexts) A person involved in trade or commerce
prosperous merchants and clothiers had established a middle class
A person with a partiality or aptitude for a particular activity or viewpoint
his driver was no speed merchant
a merchant of death
a businessperson engaged in retail trade
A merchant is a businessman who trades in commodities that he did not produce himself, in order to earn a profit.
Merchant is a family name shared by the following people: *Anthony Merchant (born 1944), Canadian lawyer and politician *Carolyn Merchant (born c. ...
The Merchant is an Italian literary fairy tale written by Giambattista Basile in his 1634 work, the Pentamerone.
A person who traffics in commodities for profit; The owner or operator of a retail business
(Merchanting) The act by a resident of one country of buying a good in another country and reselling it in that or a third country, without the good ever entering the merchant's country of residence.
(5. MERCHANTS) While FindVino markets the Vouchers and acts as an agent in selling Vouchers on behalf of Merchants, the Merchant is the seller, holder, and issuer of the Voucher. ...
(MERCHANTS) Priests and preachers of Babylon.
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(Merchants) Renfaires call them Crafters; Fur Traders call them: Traders; Military re-enactors call them: Sutlers.
(Merchants) Technical term meaning customers of the providers in the e-commerce industry.
(Merchants) Though it's never named a rank and only mentioned once, it was revealed in Contact Harvest, that well respected Unggoy in the Hierarchy are merchants. When Truth was sworn into office a Drone queen, Kig-yar ship masters, and Merchants were said to be there. ...
Merchants are the manufacturers of products that affiliates resell on their behalf. Often referred to as Vendors.
A business that markets and sells goods or services.
For cargo carried under the terms and conditions of the Carrier's Bill of Lading and of a tariff, it means any trader or persons (e.g. Shipper, Consignee) and including anyone acting on their behalf, owning or entitled to possession of the goods.
A retailer, or any other person, firm, or corporation that (pursuant to a merchant agreement) agrees to accept credit cards, debit cards, or both, when properly presented.
For the purposes of the PCI DSS, a merchant is defined as any entity that accepts payment cards bearing the logos of any of the five members of PCI SSC (American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard or Visa) as payment for goods and/or services. ...
a distributor of papers, often representing several different paper mills or manufacturers.
The seller of goods and services.
A person who sells goods for profit.
Store owner or seller of products.
A business that accepts credit cards. Also a customer of a processor/acquirer.
Any person or persons selling goods or services online.
University unit that accepts credit card payment for goods, services, or gifts. See also: eCommerce Merchant, Non-eCommerce Merchant
The source for agency/organization supplies or services. The merchant may be a required source inside or outside the government, another government agency, or a private sector merchant of supplies or services.