Origin of trader
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Examples from the Web for trader
Kogan, who was born in Russia, is a trader at a bank in the City of London.London Joins Cat Café Craze Sweeping the Globe
April 9, 2014
I popped a teaspoon of coconut oil (purchased at Trader Joe's) into my mouth and took very deep breaths through my nose.We Were Gwyneth’s GOOP Guinea Pigs
Erin Cunningham, Olivia Nuzzi
March 30, 2014
Arriving among the herdsmen, Pahom learns that the trader did not lie.What Tolstoy Teaches Us About Insider Trading
June 2, 2013
Fox is also, by her own account, an accomplished day trader.When Celebrities Like Mila Kunis Talk Stocks, It’s Time to Get Out of the Market
March 15, 2013
And so the company is now run by a guy who is neither a banker nor a trader—which is rare for Wall Street.Morgan Stanley Retreats From Investment Banking and Trading
January 11, 2013
They purchased it readily and offered every encouragement to the trade and the trader.Cleveland Past and Present
Therefore, the Israelites did right; therefore, the trader does wrong.Slavery Ordained of God
Rev. Fred A. Ross, D.D.
At the end of a long period the Trader inquired, "Which way you headed?"
The Trader was looking me over, making up his mind about me.
This is surely a great accommodation and encouragement to the trader.
- a person who engages in trade; dealer; merchant
- a vessel regularly employed in foreign or coastal trade
- stock exchange, US a member who operates mainly on his or her own account rather than for customers' accounts