Storekeeper vs Salesman - What's the difference?

storekeeper | salesman |


As nouns the difference between storekeeper and salesman

is that storekeeper is one who runs a shop, either the owner or manager while salesman is a man whose job it is to sell things, either in a shop / store or elsewhere.

storekeeper

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • One who runs a shop, either the owner or manager.
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  • One who is in charge of stores or goods of any kind.
  • salesman

    English

    Noun

    (salesmen)
  • A man whose job it is to sell things, either in a shop / store or elsewhere.
  • Antonyms

    * saleswoman

    Hypernyms

    * salesperson * seller * vendor

    Derived terms

    * salesmanship * travelling salesman * travelling salesman problem