pander englannista suomeksi
(quote-book) if ever you prove false one, to another since I have taken such paine to bring you together let all pittifull goers betweene be cald to the worlds end after my name, call them all Panders, let all constant men be Troylusses all false woemen Cressids, and all brokers betweene panders|author=Shakespeare|title=Troilus and Cressida|section=Act 3
1992, Moncrieff/Kilmartin/Enright, translating Marcel Proust, ''Swann’s Way'', Folio Society 2005, p. 190:
- It was not only the brilliant phalanx of virtuous dowagers, generals and academicians with whom he was most intimately associated that Swann so cynically compelled to serve him as panders.
An offer of illicit sex with a third party.
One who ministers to the evil designs and passions of another.
(RQ:Burke Noble Lor)
- Those wicked panders to avarice and ambition.
To act as a pander for (somebody).
(indefinite plural of)