clientele


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cli·en·tele

 (klī′ən-tĕl′, klē′än-)
n.
1. The clients of a professional person or practice considered as a group.
2. A body of customers or patrons: a restaurant's clientele.

[French clientèle, from Latin clientēla, clientship, from cliēns, client; see client.]

clientele

(ˌkliːɒnˈtɛl) or

clientage

n
customers or clients collectively
[C16: from Latin clientēla, from cliēns client]

cli•en•tele

(ˌklaɪ ənˈtɛl, ˌkli ɑn-)

n.
the clients or customers, as of a professional person or shop, considered collectively: a wealthy clientele.
[1855–65; < French clientèle < Latin clientēla, derivative of cliēns (see client)]

Clientele, Clientry

 a body of clients, 1594.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.clientele - customers collectively; "they have an upper class clientele"
people - (plural) any group of human beings (men or women or children) collectively; "old people"; "there were at least 200 people in the audience"

clientele

noun customers, market, business, following, trade, regulars, clients, patronage This pub has a mixed clientele.

clientele

noun
Customers or patrons collectively:
Translations
مَجْموعَة زَبائِن
klientela
klientelkundekreds
állandó ügyfelekügyfelek
klientela
müşterilermüvekkiller

clientele

[ˌkliːɑ̃ːnˈtel] Nclientela f

clientele

[ˌklaɪənˈtɛl ˌkliːɒnˈtɛl] nclientèle f

clientele

nKundschaft f, → Klientel f; the regular clienteledie Stammkundschaft

clientele

[ˌkliːɑ̃ːnˈtɛl] nclientela

client

(ˈklaiənt) noun
1. a person who receives professional advice from a lawyer, accountant etc.
2. a customer. That hairdresser is very popular with his clients.
clientèle (kliːonˈtel) noun
a group or type of clients. a bank's clientele.

client

(ˈklaiənt) noun
1. a person who receives professional advice from a lawyer, accountant etc.
2. a customer. That hairdresser is very popular with his clients.
clientèle (kliːonˈtel) noun
a group or type of clients. a bank's clientele.
References in classic literature ?
Each of these individuals got a paper at a certain hour, which he read with as much manner as he could command, and with singular perseverance as related to the difficulties to be overcome, to a clientele of bleachers, who reasoned as he reasoned, swore by his oaths, and finally arrived at all his conclusions.
His single back room, remarkable for having an extremely large cupboard, he rented furnished from two elderly spinsters, dressmakers in a humble way with a clientele of servant girls mostly.
Based out of Dubai, she will be responsible for valuations in the Middle East and North Africa region for CBRE's clientele offering a wide range of services that include bank lending, financial reporting and IPO amongst others.
La vente est ce processus qui pousse une clientele a l'achat, fait un suivi, puis revient une autre fois a l'achat.
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NCB Private Banking is committed to providing superior services to meet and surpass the expectations of a highly sophisticated clientele that demands nothing less than the finest and this move to better offices in a more convenient location enhances the quality of our service capabilities in every way,' said Hazim Zaqzooq, Executive Vice President, Division Head Private Banking at NCB.
Lee, planned to work for a predominantly black clientele.
This wave of attention on the game has spread quickly, bringing a new clientele to Southern California's poker tables.
EUC's widening reach of offices and markets means more and more value to EUC clientele.
Her clientele has steadily increased over the five years she has been in operation.
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