Traducción de customer en Español:


cliente, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkəstəmər/ /ˈkʌstəmə/

Ver definición en Español de cliente


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    cliente masculino
    clienta femenino
    the customer is always right el cliente siempre tiene razón
    • customer careline línea de atención al cliente
    • customer profile perfil de la clientela
    • customer service department departamento de atención al cliente
    • There are some welcome concessions over pay for our customer service colleagues.
    • This service allows customers to book flights and hotel rooms in the same purchase.
    • Employers can access funding to improve the customer service skills of their workers.
    • Place decisions refer to the ease of access which potential customers have to a service.
    • Management has told customers that delays in service are due to staff training days.
    • This may look like a recessionary move, but it is actually a canny service to customers.
    • If we do not try to find a need and try to sell the customer a new service then we are disciplined.
    • In a digital scenario, customers cost nothing to service but much to obtain and retain.
    • It would be easy to make these cuts by diminishing the service we give customers.
    • It is essential to maintain a water service in which customers can have confidence.
    • There is a need for us to continuously upgrade the quality of service we give to customers.
    • I have lost business and my regular customers are going to have nowhere nearby to go.
    • Kinner also believes that the company can improve its service to fleet customers.
    • The court found that a takeover would not harm customers buying business software.
    • I want to do more and more business with my customers in the area of communications.
    • In the worst cases, it took a customer three weeks to get through to customer services.
    • She said traders desperately wanted a variety of shops to attract more customers.
    • The sale has worked well and the couple have seen customers waiting for the shop to open in the morning.
    • When customers are scarce, businesses will have to compete for them and cater to them.
    • Both officers grabbed him by the arms in a thumb lock and marched him out of the shop past the customers.
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    • Hasseck said one way of deciding how to deal with awkward customers was to work out what kind they were.
    • The overseas customer to whom the goods are exported may or may not be a genuine purchaser of them.
    • The boy's clearly a slippery customer by this point, but the worst was yet to come.
    • It would not surprise me to see this speedy customer produce a repeat performance tomorrow.
    • The Internet became truly worthwhile at last and I was a very happy customer indeed.
    • It's been an amazing draw for us but we felt in Manchester there is that urban customer.