Definition of coster in English:

coster

noun

  • short for costermonger
    • ‘Now, you must go to Victoria station, and ask every coster, beggar, porter, constable and conductor who was there on Sunday evening if they can remember a man wearing an overcoat that fits our description.’
    • ‘Fleet Street was choked with red-headed folk, and Pope's Court looked like a coster's orange barrow.’
    • ‘But I think he displays a real understanding and sympathy for his coster girls.’

Pronunciation:

coster

/ˈkɒstə/