Comprador meaning in Bengali: কমপ্রাদর (kamprādara), বিদেশী ব্যবসায়ী (bideśī byabasāyī)

Definition and Part of Speech

Comprador (noun, /kɒmˈprɑːdɔːr/) refers to a native agent in a foreign country who acts as an intermediary for a foreign business or corporation. They typically facilitate trade and business transactions between the foreign company and the local market.



  • Independent – স্বাধীন (svādhīna)
  • Local – স্থানীয় (sthānīya)


The term “comprador” originated from the Portuguese word “comprador” meaning “buyer.” It was first used in the context of Chinese merchants who acted as intermediaries for European traders in China during the colonial era.

Nearby Words

  • Commerce (noun) – বাণিজ্য (bāṇijya)
  • Trade (noun) – বাণিজ্য (bāṇijya)
  • Merchant (noun) – বণিক (baṇika)

Comprador in Literature Quotes

“The comprador class, which is the intermediary class between the foreign capitalists and the Chinese workers, is a parasitic class.” – Mao Zedong (মাও জেডং) (পরস্পর প্রতিক্রিয়ায় বিদেশী পুঁজিবাজ ও চীনের শ্রমিকদের মধ্যস্থ শ্রেণী হল কমপ্রাদর শ্রেণী, এটি প্যারাসাইটিক শ্রেণী।)

Comprador Meaning in Different Languages

  • Bengali: কমপ্রাদর
  • Hindi: कॉम्प्राडोर
  • Nepali: कम्प्रादोर
  • Urdu: کمپرادور
  • Tamil: கொம்பிராட்டோர்
  • Telugu: కొమ్ప్రాడోర్
  • Arabic: كومبرادور
  • Chinese: 走狗 (zǒu gǒu)
  • Japanese: コンプラドール (konpuradōru)
  • Russian: компрадор (komprador)

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