salesman

Vendor vs Salesman - What's the difference?

vendor | salesman | Hypernyms |

Vendor is a hypernym of salesman.


As nouns the difference between vendor and salesman

is that vendor is a person or a company that vends or sells while salesman is a man whose job it is to sell things, either in a shop / store or elsewhere.

Salesperson vs Salesman - What's the difference?

salesperson | salesman |

Salesperson is a hypernym of salesman.


As nouns the difference between salesperson and salesman

is that salesperson is a salesman or saleswoman while salesman is a man whose job it is to sell things, either in a shop / store or elsewhere.

Saleswoman vs Salesman - What's the difference?

saleswoman | salesman | Antonyms |

Salesman is an antonym of saleswoman.

Saleswoman is an antonym of salesman.


As nouns the difference between saleswoman and salesman

is that saleswoman is a woman whose occupation it is to sell things while salesman is a man whose job it is to sell things, either in a shop / store or elsewhere.

Elsewhere vs Salesman - What's the difference?

elsewhere | salesman |


As nouns the difference between elsewhere and salesman

is that elsewhere is a place other than here; somewhere else while salesman is a man whose job it is to sell things, either in a shop / store or elsewhere.

As a adverb elsewhere

is in or at some other place or places; away.

Store vs Salesman - What's the difference?

store | salesman |


As nouns the difference between store and salesman

is that store is a place where items may be accumulated or routinely kept while salesman is a man whose job it is to sell things, either in a shop / store or elsewhere.

As a verb store

is (transitive)  to keep (something) while not in use, generally in a place meant for that purpose.

Shop vs Salesman - What's the difference?

shop | salesman |


As nouns the difference between shop and salesman

is that shop is an establishment that sells goods or services to the public; originally a physical location, but now a virtual establishment as well while salesman is a man whose job it is to sell things, either in a shop / store or elsewhere.

As a verb shop

is to visit shops; to look around shops with the intention of buying something.

As a interjection shop

is (used to attract the services of a shop assistant).

Sell vs Salesman - What's the difference?

sell | salesman |


As nouns the difference between sell and salesman

is that sell is an act of selling or sell can be (obsolete) a seat or stool while salesman is a man whose job it is to sell things, either in a shop / store or elsewhere.

As a verb sell

is (intransitive) to transfer goods or provide services in exchange for money.

Job vs Salesman - What's the difference?

job | salesman |


As nouns the difference between job and salesman

is that job is a task while salesman is a man whose job it is to sell things, either in a shop / store or elsewhere.

As a verb job

is to do odd jobs or occasional work for hire.

Man vs Salesman - What's the difference?

man | salesman |


As nouns the difference between man and salesman

is that man is an adult male human while salesman is a man whose job it is to sell things, either in a shop / store or elsewhere.

As a interjection man

is an interjection used to place emphasis upon something or someone; sometimes, but not always, when actually addressing a man.

As a verb man

is to supply with staff or crew (of either sex).

Salesman vs Huckster - What's the difference?

salesman | huckster |


As nouns the difference between salesman and huckster

is that salesman is a man whose job it is to sell things, either in a shop / store or elsewhere while huckster is a peddler or hawker, who sells small items, either door-to-door, from a stall or in the street.

As a verb huckster is

to haggle, to wrangle, or to bargain.

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