Definition of regrator in US English:

regrator

noun

  • A person who buys commodities (especially food) in order to sell them on at a profit; a retailer; = regrater. Now historical.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in William Langland (c1325–c1390), poet. From Anglo-Norman regrator, regratour, regratur, variant of regrater, regratier; compare Middle French regrateur, regratteur.

Pronunciation

regrator

/rɪˈɡreɪtə/