- distributor, ra. (Del lat. distribūtor, -ōris). adj. p. us. distribuidor. U. t. c. s.
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distributor — dis‧trib‧u‧tor [dɪˈstrɪbjtə ǁ ər] noun [countable] COMMERCE TRANSPORT a person or business responsible for making goods available to customers after they have been produced, either one that sells directly to the public or one that sells to shops … Financial and business terms
distributor — index merchant Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 distributor … Law dictionary
distributor — distributor, ra (Del lat. distribūtor, ōris). adj. p. us. distribuidor. U. t. c. s.) … Diccionario de la lengua española
Distributor — Dis*trib u*tor, n. [L.] One that distributes; a distributer; specif.: (a) A machine for distributing type. (b) An appliance, as a roller, in a printing press, for distributing ink. (c) An apparatus for distributing an electric current, either to… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
distributor — 1520s, distributer (Latinized form is from 1570s), agent noun from L. distribuere (see DISTRIBUTION (Cf. distribution)). As a part in an internal combustion engine, from 1905 … Etymology dictionary
distributor — is spelt or in all its meanings, not er … Modern English usage
distributor — [n] wholesaler dealer, jobber, merchandiser, middleperson, salesperson, trader; concept 347 … New thesaurus
distributor — ► NOUN 1) an agent who supplies goods to retailers. 2) a device in a petrol engine for passing electric current to each spark plug in turn … English terms dictionary
distributor — [di strib′yoot ər] n. a person or thing that distributes; specif., ☆ a) an agent or business firm that distributes goods to consumers or dealers ☆ b) a device for distributing electric current to the spark plugs of a gasoline engine so that they… … English World dictionary
Distributor — This article is about the engine component. For other uses, see Distributor (disambiguation). Typical distributor with distributor cap Also visible are mounting/drive shaft (bottom), vacuum advance unit (right) and capacitor (centre) A… … Wikipedia