seller美 ['selər] 英 ['selə(r)]
a person who sells sth
a flower seller
The law is intended to protect both the buyer and the seller.
2.a good, poor, etc. ~
a product that has been sold in the amounts or way mentioned
This particular model is one of our biggest sellers.
a person, store, or company that offers something for sale
a product that sells in a particular way, especially well or badly
someone whose job is to sell something
The Seller may refuse to provide the kind of cure chosen by the Buyer if this cure is possible only at disproportionate expense.
We seem to be doing well for essentials and things with prices but got done buying grapes yesterday by a street seller.
In sone markets there may be only one seller. Such a situation is called a monopoly.
If it's your first time on an unfamiliar site, call the seller's phone number, so you know you can reach them if you need to.
It is often used as a method of providing the seller with funds prior to shipment.
The trouble was that Paulson needed buyers of the CDO, in order that it could be a seller.
The Seller hereby irrevocably undertakes not to sell the said commodities to any other buyer directly or indirectly.
No doubt you know that an incentive discount encourages the buyers and helps expand the seller's business.
Newegg, a popular online technology seller, has one of the best websites for customer service of any retailer.
They watched the seller' s expression, trying to understand his cunning or find the defects of the animal.