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Translation of "churn" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

churn

noun [S or U] (CUSTOMERS) 客戶     /tʃɜːn/ US  /tʃɝːn/ ( also churn rate) specialized
the number of customers who decide to stop using a service offered by one company and to use another company, usually because it offers a better service or price (客戶)流失率 Internet and cable television companies suffer from a high churn rate. 網際網路公司和有線電視公司的用戶流失率很高。 Business and commerce - general words
(Definition of churn noun (CUSTOMERS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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