Messages vs Vendor - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between messages and vendor
is that messages
is while vendor
is a person or a company that vends or sells.
As a verb messages
(plurale tantum, Ireland, Scotland, and, Northern England) groceries
* 1983 , Raymond McClean, The road to Bloody Sunday , page 119:
* 1987 , Pulpsmith , volume 6, page 275:
- I was going up the town to buy some messages .
- A South African woman, just married to an Irishman and newly arrived in this country, was shocked when her husband told her, "I just saw yer man in the shop when I was getting the messages (groceries)." "My what?" "Yer man. "
A person or a company that vends or sells.
* Spanish: vender (to sell)