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Significado de “clerk” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "clerk" - Diccionario Inglés

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clerknoun [C]

uk   /klɑːk/ us   /klɝːk/
a person who works in an office, dealing with records or performing general office duties: a filing clerk a junior office clerk
US also salesclerk a person who serves customers in a shop: Take your purchases to the clerk, and he will wrap them for you.
US also desk clerk a hotel employee who deals with guests when they arrive: The clerk checked us in and gave us our key.
US also law clerk a person who works with a judge and helps the judge make decisions

clerkverb [I]

uk   /klɑːk/ us   /klɝːk/
(Definition of clerk from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "clerk" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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clerknoun [C]

us   /klɜrk/
a person who works in an office, dealing with records or performing general office duties
A clerk is also a person who deals with customers in a store or hotel: The sales clerk helped me find a sweater in my size.
(Definition of clerk from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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clerknoun [C]

uk   /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.

clerkverb [I]

uk   /klɑːk/ us  
WORKPLACE, HR to work as a clerk: Debbie has a summer job clerking in an office.
(Definition of clerk from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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