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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of hawkers

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of hawkers:

Derived Form of hawkers

root word: hawker
plural: hawkers
root word: hawker
Noun: hawker
someone who travels about selling his wares (as on the streets or at carnivals)
Synonymspeddler, pedlar, packman, hawker, pitchman,
Hyponymschapman, cheapjack, crier, muffin man, sandboy, transmigrante,
Type ofmarketers, sellers, traffickers, venders, vendors,
Typeschapmen, criers, muffin man*, sandboys, transmigrantes,
See alsohawk,
a person who breeds and trains hawks and who follows the sport of falconry
Synonymsfalconer, hawker,
Type ofhunters, huntsmen,
See alsohawk,

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  1. - Are we fighting the hawkers?
  2. A new generation of hawkers who do it because they want to.
  3. and the hawkers retire without any successors,
  4. An area that was once filled with street hawkers.
  5. It was also fuelled by concerns that young people would not want to become hawkers,
  6. Opened in 1985, it housed hawkers from Hock Lam Street.
  7. because my father and a group of hawkers were stationed by the roadside.
  8. Built in the 70s to house street hawkers in the area,
  9. The first generation were street hawkers who moved to permanent centres.
  10. Mr and Mrs Chua, first generation hawkers,
  11. The coffee shop used to hold a collection of hawkers.
  12. Second and third generation hawkers continue the business
  13. Hawkers can be a stepping stone.
  14. Its a break for the hawkers at the Golden Mile Centre,
  15. Many disappeared as hawkers moved from outside to within.
  16. The entrepreneurship programme pairs aspirants with experienced hawkers,
  17. Aericurl, and a handful of enterprised hawkers,
  18. trade alongside more established hawkers in this new centre.
  19. Chinatown, a place where hawkers congregated en masse 60 to 80 years ago.
  20. They gave up their cushy comforts for this crushing routine as hawkers,