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salesperson

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈseɪlzˌpɜːsən/ ( plural salespeople) COMMERCE, MARKETING
a person whose job is to sell things in a store, or by visiting or phoning customers and possible customers: The supervisor's role is to make sure that every salesperson makes a given number of calls every day. a good/talented/experienced salesperson →  Compare salesman , saleswoman
Translations of “salesperson”
in Korean 영업을 하는 사람…
in Arabic بائع…
in Portuguese vendedor, -ora…
in Catalan dependent, -a, venedor…
in Japanese 販売員, 営業の人…
in Italian venditore, -trice…
in Chinese (Traditional) 售貨員, 推銷員…
in Russian продавец…
in Turkish satıcı, satış yapan kimse…
in Chinese (Simplified) 售货员, 推销员…
in Polish sprzedaw-ca/czyni, akwizytor/ka…
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