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an agent who buys or sells for a principal on a commission basis without having title to the property.
a person who functions as an intermediary between two or more parties in negotiating agreements, bargains, or the like.
to act as a broker for:
to broker the sale of a house.
to act as a broker.
an agent who, acting on behalf of a principal, buys or sells goods, securities, etc, in return for a commission: insurance broker
(formerly) short for stockbroker
a dealer in second-hand goods
to act as a broker (in)


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