Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who imports; a merchant or other person, or a corporate body, by or for whom goods are brought from another country or state: opposed to exporter.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who imports; the merchant who brings goods into a country or state; -- opposed to exporter.
- n. someone whose business involves importing goods from outside (especially from a foreign country)
- import + -er (Wiktionary)
“This documentation which we may request from an importer is based on a test group of 100 children of a specific age group having tested surrogate lighters (not with fuel) with specific designed ignition mechanisms – at least 85% of this test group of children must not be able to cause ignition of the surrogate lighters.”
“Northern Italian wines are always tempting and this Vallarom Vallagarina Merlot looked interesting especially after I noticed the importer is local to western New York.”
“If anyone would like to try it out, the supplier/importer is Wine concepts of Maine.”
“Your importer is going to make anywhere from $4 to $10 a bottle.”
“At that point, we called the importer, T. Edward Wines of New York, which told us that winemaker Maria Luz Marin made just 500 cases of the 2007, of which 200 were imported into the U.S.”
“Venezuela was in fact according to a study by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) the largest Latin American importer of military equipment in 2007.”
“At the time of Cromwell, England was the main importer of wood and iron from Sweden.”
“The factory-owned private label importer (PLI) benefits everyone.”
“Welcome to the resurrected supplier-owned private label importer sector.”
“The importer is generally on the back, not the front … And good luck getting the label off it’s got an industrial adhesive, instead of a water-soluble glue.”
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