verb (used without object), traf·ficked, traf·fick·ing.
verb (used with object), traf·ficked, traf·fick·ing.
Origin of traffic
Related formstraf·fick·er, nountraf·fic·less, adjectivein·ter·traf·fic, noun, verb, in·ter·traf·ficked, in·ter·traf·fick·ing.un·traf·ficked, adjective
Examples from the Web for trafficker
My trafficker arranged my passport, visa and airline ticket before I left, then took my documents when I arrived.How To Help America’s Trafficking Victims In The Long Term|Ima Matul|June 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
"Truly, I do suspect this trafficker in ready-made tombs to be none other," said Egerton.
The unregenerate Teuton was a pirate and a plunderer; the settled Saxon became an oversea trader and trafficker.The Annals of Willenhall|Frederick William Hackwood
It is solely to benefit the trafficker, and it tends to evil, evil only, evil continually.Select Temperance Tracts|American Tract Society
The front ranks of the crowd broke in response to the summons of the trafficker in indulgences and hastened to empty their purses.
Everywhere they thus laid aside the venerated character of a chief to put on the odious character of a trafficker.The Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 1 (of 6)|Hippolyte A. Taine
British Dictionary definitions for trafficker
- the vehicles coming and going in a street, town, etc
- (as modifier)traffic lights
- the business of commercial transportation by land, sea, or air
- the freight, passengers, etc, transported