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clerk

noun [C]
 
 
/klɑːk/ US   /klɜːrk/ WORKPLACE, HR
US ( also desk clerk) a hotel employee who helps guests when they arrive and leave: The clerk checked us in and gave us our key.
US ( also sales clerk) someone who sells things in a shop: Take your purchases to the clerk, and he will wrap them for you.
→  See also articled clerk , bank clerk , booking clerk , correspondence clerk , filing clerk
(Definition of clerk noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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