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customer 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈkəstəmər/,
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customers, plural;
  1. A person or organization that buys goods or services from a store or business
    • - Mr. Harrison was a regular customer at the Golden Lion
    • - customer service
  2. A person or thing of a specified kind that one has to deal with
    • - the fish is a slippery customer and very hard to catch
    • - Jon won over Lucie's father, but her mother is a tough customer

  1. someone who pays for goods or services
  2. A customer (also known as a client, buyer, or purchaser) is usually used to refer to a current or potential buyer or user of the products of an individual or organization, called the supplier, seller, or vendor. This is typically through purchasing or renting goods or services. ...
  3. "Customer", produced by Carvin & Ivan, is the second single from singer Raheem DeVaughn's from his album Love Behind the Melody. It is also Raheem's most popular single & highest charting single on the Billboard 100, currently peaking at number 78.
  4. a patron; one who purchases or receives a product or service from a business or merchant, or plans to; A person of a particular kind
  5. (customership) The state of being a customer
  6. (Customers) A customer is anyone who receives products or services from the organization.
  7. (customers) Individuals and groups that buy the goods and services that an organization produces.
  8. (9. Customers) The Company extends the safeguards of the UK Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 to all customers worldwide. ...
  9. (Customers) Any person who brings dollars or other valued resources into the organization. Customers include, but are not limited to, prospective students, current students, donors, and alumni
  10. (Customers) Anyone (sometimes referred to as "others") being asked to accept and adopt into their personal or business life what is being offered or do what they are being asked to do. Do not think that because you call them clients or patients, they are not customers. ...
  11. (Customers) CopyforProfits.com is committed to providing exceptional editorial services at affordable prices, and we have one of the highest customer satisfaction rates on the Internet. If applicable, any refund will be granted within five business days from receipt of a request. ...
  12. (Customers) Ellie Van Houtte on Flickr
  13. (Customers) In European countries
  14. (Customers) In general, shopping has always catered to middle class and upper class women. Shopping is fragmented and pyramid-shaped. ...
  15. (Customers) Individuals within a company responsible for making purchasing decisions about software and applications, e.g., IT professional, in contrast to the end users of those applications, e.g., purchasing agents, sales account managers, human resource professionals.
  16. (Customers) Our trading partners and distributors.
  17. (Customers) Telefónica lists, among other, the following as existing customers: DPDHL, Inditex, Scottish Power, BBVA, BMW, Endesa and FCC.
  18. (Customers) The distribution firms or companies, the wholesale buyers and end buyers of electric energy.
  19. (Customers) These people or organizations buy products from a business in order to satisfy their needs and desires.
  20. (Customers) Users and suppliers of systems and end-items.
  21. (Customers) public, cooperators, employees and management of the REE agencies who receive or are affected by administrative and financial management services.
  22. (The Customers) started out in 1996 as a studio project for Will and Gregg who lived in a neighbouring village to Joseph's and Gabriel's home in Devon. But didn’t enter its present form until all members had moved from Devon to Sussex.
  23. Customers receiving discount on lighting products will be defined as trade customers and not retail customers.
  24. Unique customers visiting a bingo club or casino or operating an online or telephone betting account in the 12-month period
  25. User of health care services, such as patients getting care or providers getting support services from laboratories; payer of service, such as individuals, employers, or the government; or the general public.