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- n. brokerage
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See brokerage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An arrangement made or sought to be made through the agency of a broker or go-between.
- n. The premium or commission of a broker; the gain or profit derived from transacting business as broker for another.
- n. The trade of a broker; the transacting of commercial business, as buying and selling, for other men. See broke, broker.
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We got your back ... regulate, regulate these "Too Big To Fail" leecher banks, and brokage houses.
A Chinese investor looks at share prices at a stock brokage house in Fuyang.
Lucky chans, ifinkso – no fyer, no brokage, an no cameras.
They could neither possess property, nor engage in manufactures, nor cultivate the soil: they lived by botching and brokage.
Seeing where no woman can be considerable for her portion, no portion will be considerable with a woman; and so his children will not only find better preferments without his brokage, but more freedom of their own affections.
H&M really knows how to make their low-priced goodies look like they just came off a Paris runway, which is perfect considering that I'm brokage and need me some retail therapy right about … NOW.
Their women in old tyme, had all the trade of occupiyng, and brokage [Footnote: To _broke_ i.e. to deal, or transact business particularly of an amorous character.