What is the difference between Vendors and Hawker?

The difference between vendors and hawker

is that "vendors" is a person or a company that vends or sells and "hawker" is a peddler, huckster, who travels about to sell easily transportable goods.

vendors

hawker

Noun

  • A person or a company that vends or sells.
  • A vending machine.

Synonyms

  • merchant
  • seller

Related terms

  • vend
  • vending machine
  • vendor bid
  • vendue

Exemple

  • She left her duties guarding the cola vendor and brushed past Earl to the aisle with the creamed corn.

Verb

  • (transitive, software engineering) To bundle third-party dependencies with the source code for one’s own program.
  • (transitive, software engineering) As the software vendor, to bundle one’s own, possibly modified version of dependencies with a standard program.

Exemple

  • I distributed my application with a vendored copy of Perl so that it wouldn’t use the system copies of Perl where it is installed.
  • Strawberry Perl contains vendored copies of some CPAN modules, designed to allow them to run on Windows.

Noun

  • A peddler, huckster, who travels about to sell easily transportable goods.
  • Any dragonfly of the family Aeshnidae; a darner.