- a person or agency that sells.
- vending machine.
Origin of vendor
Examples from the Web for vendor
If the vendor is hosting the device, what does their system look like in terms of firewalls and other protections?How Your Pacemaker Will Get Hacked
Kaiser Health News
November 17, 2014
“The same ones who killed them used to visit,” the vendor said.Who’s Murdering Baghdad’s Prostitutes?
July 15, 2014
I was buying a book from a vendor in a crowded, fluorescent-lit convention center.Who Has the Right to Write About War?
Emily Gray Tedrowe
July 12, 2014
This vendor found bug in system and stole 5400 BTC—your money, our provisions, all was stolen.Inside the Great Bitcoin Heist
February 18, 2014
The agency had its own table in the vendor hall, and a special recruitment website was set up for the festivities.How the NSA Recruits in a Post-Snowden World
January 17, 2014
In any case, their shares are vendor's shares, and couldn't be dealt with in this transaction.
You shall have your vendor's shares, precisely as I promised you.
You don't want to wrong me—and yourself too—by sticking to this quibble about vendor's shares.
You thought the vendor's shares would play a part in the game.
A book is worth just as much as its vendor can get for it, and no more.The Book-Hunter in London
- mainly law a person who sells something, esp real property
- another name for vending machine
Word Origin and History for vendor
1590s, from late Anglo-French vendor, from vendre "to vend," from Latin vendere "to sell" (see vend).