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fran·chis·ee

 (frăn′chī-zē′)
n.
One that has been granted the right by a corporation to sell its product or service within a particular area.

fran•chi•see

(ˌfræn tʃaɪˈzi)

n., pl. -sees.
a person or company to whom a franchise is granted.
[1960–65]
Translations
franchising-ottaja

franchisee

[ˌfræntʃaɪˈziː] Nfranquiciado/a m/f, concesionario/a m/f

franchisee

n (Comm) → Lizenz- or Franchisenehmer(in) m(f)

franchisee

[ˈfræntʃaɪˈziː] nconcessionario/a
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