Bill broker, one who buys and sells notes and bills of exchange.Curbstone brokeror Street broker, an operator in stocks (not a member of the Stock Exchange) who executes orders by running from office to office, or by transactions on the street. [U.S.] — Exchange broker, one who buys and sells uncurrent money, and deals in exchanges relating to money.Insurance broker, one who is agent in procuring insurance on vessels, or against fire.Pawn broker. See Pawnbroker.Real estate broker, one who buys and sells lands, and negotiates loans, etc., upon mortgage. - - Ship broker, one who acts as agent in buying and selling ships, procuring freight, etc.Stock broker. See Stockbroker.

(Bro"ker*age) n.

1. The business or employment of a broker. Burke.

2. The fee, reward, or commission, given or changed for transacting business as a broker.

(Bro"ker*ly), a. Mean; servile. [Obs.] B. Jonson.

(Bro"ker*y) n. The business of a broker. [Obs.]

And with extorting, cozening, forfeiting,
And tricks belonging unto brokery.

(Bro"king) a. Of or pertaining to a broker or brokers, or to brokerage. [Obs.]

Redeem from broking pawn the blemished crown.

(Bro"ma) n. [NL., fr. Gr. brw^ma food, bibrw`skein to eat.]

1. (Med.) Aliment; food. Dunglison.

2. A light form of prepared cocoa or the drink made from it.

(Bro"mal) n. [Bromine + aldehyde.] (Chem.) An oily, colorless fluid, CBr3.COH, related to bromoform, as chloral is to chloroform, and obtained by the action of bromine on alcohol.

(Bro"mate) n. (Chem.) A salt of bromic acid.

(Bro"mate) v. t. (Med.) To combine or impregnate with bromine; as, bromated camphor.

(Bro`ma*tol"o*gist) n. One versed in the science of foods.

(Bro`ma*tol"o*gy) n. [Gr. food + -logy.] The science of aliments. Dunglison.

(||Brome) n. [F.] (Chem.) See Bromine.

Brome grass
(Brome" grass`) [L. bromos a kind of oats, Gr. .] (Bot.) A genus (Bromus) of grasses, one species of which is the chess or cheat.

3. A dealer in money, notes, bills of exchange, etc.

4. A dealer in secondhand goods. [Eng.]

5. A pimp or procurer. [Obs.] Shak.

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