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saleswomannoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈseɪlzwʊmən/ (plural saleswomen) COMMERCE, MARKETING
a woman whose ​job is to ​sellproducts in a ​store, or by visiting or ​phoningcustomers or possible ​customers: a real-estate saleswoman a bond/​currency/​equity saleswoman a good/​top/​skilled saleswoman
(Definition of saleswoman from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “saleswoman”
in Arabic بائعة…
in Korean 여자 판매원…
in Portuguese vendedora…
in Catalan dependenta, venedora…
in Japanese セールスウーマン, セールスレディー(女性の営業・販売員)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女售货员, 女推销员…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女售貨員, 女推銷員…
in Italian venditrice, commessa…
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