seller

Purveyor vs Seller - What's the difference?

purveyor | seller |


As a noun purveyor

is someone who supplies what is needed, especially food.

As a proper noun seller is

an english and scottish topographic surname, derived from either of several places named sell.

Seller vs Exhibitor - What's the difference?

seller | exhibitor |


As a proper noun seller

is an english and scottish topographic surname, derived from either of several places named sell.

As a noun exhibitor is

someone who exhibits something.

Seller vs Null - What's the difference?

seller | null |


As a proper noun seller

is an english and scottish topographic surname, derived from either of several places named sell.

As a noun null is

zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Stockist vs Seller - What's the difference?

stockist | seller |


As a noun stockist

is a retailer or distributor who has stocks of a certain type of item for sale.

As a proper noun seller is

an english and scottish topographic surname, derived from either of several places named sell.

Seller vs Office - What's the difference?

seller | office |


As a proper noun seller

is an english and scottish topographic surname, derived from either of several places named sell.

As a noun office is

a building or room where clerical or professional duties are performed.

Seller vs Reseller - What's the difference?

seller | reseller |


As a proper noun seller

is an english and scottish topographic surname, derived from either of several places named sell.

As a noun reseller is

a company or individual that purchases goods or services with the intention of reselling them rather than consuming or using them.

Seller vs Tradesman - What's the difference?

seller | tradesman |


As a proper noun seller

is an english and scottish topographic surname, derived from either of several places named sell.

As a noun tradesman is

a skilled manual worker (implied male).

Business vs Seller - What's the difference?

business | seller |


As a noun business

is (countable) a specific commercial enterprise or establishment.

As an adjective business

is of, to, pertaining to or utilized for purposes of conducting trade, commerce, governance, advocacy or other professional purposes.

As a proper noun seller is

an english and scottish topographic surname, derived from either of several places named sell.

Seller vs Manufacturer - What's the difference?

seller | manufacturer |


As a proper noun seller

is an english and scottish topographic surname, derived from either of several places named sell.

As a noun manufacturer is

one that manufactures.

Releasor vs Seller - What's the difference?

releasor | seller |


As a noun releasor

is (legal) a person who releases (surrenders) a claim on an estate.

As a proper noun seller is

an english and scottish topographic surname, derived from either of several places named sell.

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