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* they are at croweded streets
* they are at crowded streets
* at the cinema
* at the cinema


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A hawker's tray is a tray with a belt.

The hawker's tray is used by salesclerk,

to sell small goods.

on the picture you see a 2 women. Each of them is carrying a hawker's tray

Words with same meanings[edit | edit source]

vendor tray

Detailed explanation[edit | edit source]

Some salesclerk are using a hawker's tray.

They sell there goods out of the tray.

Mostly they sell small goods.

For example:

They can go everywhere with the tray.

For example:

  • they are at crowded streets
  • at the cinema

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