Definitions for broker
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word broker.
agent, factor, brokerverb
a businessman who buys or sells for another in exchange for a commission
act as a broker
A mediator between a buyer and seller.
An agent involved in the exchange of messages or transactions.
To act as a broker; to mediate in a sale or transaction.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: from to broke.
Brokers, who, having no stock of their own, set up and trade with that of other men; buying here, and selling there, and commonly abusing both sides, to make out a little paultry gain. William Temple.
Some South-sea broker, from the city,
Will purchase me, the more’s the pity;
Lay all my fine plantations waste,
To fit them to his vulgar taste. Jonathan Swift.
A goodly broker!
Dare you presume to harbour wanton lines?
To whisper and conspire against my youth? William Shakespeare.
In chusing for yourself, you shew’d your judgment;
Which being shallow, you shall give me leave
To play the broker in mine own behalf. William Shakespeare, Henry VI.
one who transacts business for another; an agent
an agent employed to effect bargains and contracts, as a middleman or negotiator, between other persons, for a compensation commonly called brokerage. He takes no possession, as broker, of the subject matter of the negotiation. He generally contracts in the names of those who employ him, and not in his own
a dealer in money, notes, bills of exchange, etc
a dealer in secondhand goods
a pimp or procurer
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
brōk′ėr, n. one employed to buy and sell for others: a second-hand dealer: a pander: a commissioner.—v.i. Broke, to bargain, negotiate: (Shak.) to act as a pander or go-between:—pr.p. brōk′ing; pa.p. brōked.—ns. Brok′erage, Brok′age, the business of a broker: the commission charged by a broker: a commission charged for transacting business for others; Brok′ery, the business of a broker.—p.adj. Brok′ing, doing business as a broker: practised by brokers. [M. E. brocour—A.S. brucan; Ger. brauchen, to use, to profit.]
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
Originally a broken tradesman, from the Anglo-Saxon broc, a misfortune; but, in later times, a person who usually transacts the business of negotiating between the merchants and ship-owners respecting cargoes and clearances: he also effects insurances with the underwriters; and while on the one hand he is looked to as to the regularity of the contract, on the other he is expected to make a candid disclosure of all the circumstances which may affect the risk.
Etymology and Origins
From the Anglo-Saxon brucan, through the Old English brocour, to use for profit.
British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'broker' in Nouns Frequency: #2885
The numerical value of broker in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of broker in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Stock brokerage firms are so scoundrel that they will never let traders to make money. If a trader has bought shares ,broker will put all sort of obstacles like disabling its keys on web trading platform and many other ways to ensure that trader is not able to sell those shares at higher price. Brokers also will not aloow traders to buy at lower price by closing down its terminal function for that period citing technical error reason
If they are the CEO of a shell company that does nothing more than manage the broker-dealer, that's an issue, if all you've done is rearrange the deck chairs so that you are.
That is actually good news because the immediate challenge for Italy is to come up with a 2020 budget by mid-October, now the 5-Star and Democratic Party (PD) could possibly broker a compromise with the EU which would reduce uncertainty.
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I was supposed to receive $3 million as a broker but most of the money went to the pockets of people in the IOEC who were involved in the contract.
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Translations for broker
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- брокер, посредник, посредничаBulgarian
- zprostředkovatel, makléřCzech
- Börsenmakler, BörsenmaklerinGerman
- intermediario, corredorSpanish
- démarcheur, représentant, courtier, négocierFrench
- intermediar, intermediário, corretorPortuguese
- посредник, маклер, брокерRussian
- mešetarka, mešetarSerbo-Croatian
- udalali, madalaliSwahili
- simsar, komisyoncuTurkish
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