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client

noun [C]
 
 
/klaɪənt/
COMMERCE someone who receives professional services from an organization: We offer a broad range of services to our clients.a client of sb/sth Mr Black has been a client of this law firm for many years.a corporate/private/individual client Our specially trained staff can offer corporate clients on-site assessments and training workshops. a valued/important/major client a new/prospective/potential client help/advise/represent a clientclient care/service/satisfaction We attribute our growth to our unwavering commitment to client service.
COMMERCE a customer who buys goods or services from a store, restaurant, etc.: The restaurant's lunchtime clients are mostly businesspeople.
IT a computer or piece of software or equipment that is connected to a server (= a large central computer) from which it gets information: email/Windows/web client Please type this address into your email client.
Translations of “client”
in Korean 고객…
in Arabic عَميل…
in French client/-ente…
in Turkish müşteri, müvekkil/müvekkile…
in Italian cliente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 顧客, 客戶, 顧客,主顧…
in Russian клиент…
in Polish klient/ka…
in Spanish cliente…
in Portuguese cliente…
in German der/die Klient(in), der/die Kunde/Kundin…
in Catalan client, -a…
in Japanese 依頼人, 顧客, クライアント…
in Chinese (Simplified) 顾客, 客户, 顾客,主顾…
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