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customer [ 'kʌstəmə] n.顾客,主顾

customer n.(商店)顾客,主顾

customer ['kʌstəmə] 用户

来料加工 process materials supplied by clients; accept customers' materials for processing

宰(客) to swindle money out of our customers

Customer Terminal Equipment 用户终端设备

CPE Customer Premise Equipment 客户前提设备

CPN Customer Premises Node 客户前提节点

Customers lounges 旅客休息室

Customer care is our top priority 顾客至上

Customer services 顾客服务处

For more information,contact our customer service desk 详情请和顾客服务处联系。

Sell to customer rate: 卖出价:

customer analysis 顾客分析

customer contact 顾客接触

customer demand 顾客需求

customer intimacy 顾客亲密度

customer loyalty 顾客忠诚度

customer need 顾客需要

customer organization of sales force 按客户组织销售队伍

customer retention 顾客维系/保留

customer satisfaction 顾客满意度

customer segment pricing 顾客细分市场定价

customer service 顾客服务

customer-oriented pricing 顾客导向定价法

customers' perception 顾客感知

customers' preferences 顾客偏好

customers' price sensitivity 顾客的价格敏感度

expectations of customers 顾客期望

lost customer 失去的顾客

organizational customer 组织顾客

perceived customer value 顾客感知价值

potential customer 潜在顾客

prospecting for customers 寻找顾客

sales analysis by customer 顾客销售分析

tough customer 苛刻的顾客

ultimate customers/end users 最终顾客/用户

我们送货后, 顾客直接向我们办分期付款。我们收款时, 要将收据交付顾客。
The customer pays the instalments direct to us, after delivery o fthe articles and we send him the receipts.

Civil Service Customer Service Award Scheme
公务员顾客服务奖励计划

customer input
顾客意见

customer liaison group
服务联络小组;客户联络小组

customer satisfaction
顾客满意程度

customer service manager
顾客服务经理

customer service officer
顾客服务主任

customer service programme
顾客服务计划

customer service standard
顾客服务标准

customer survey
顾客服务调查

customer-based culture
以客为本的精神;以客为本的服务文化

customer-based service
以客为本的服务

customer-driven culture
以客为本的精神

Customer 客户,顾客

I'm dealing with customers all the time who have let their bills get out of control.
我一直在同那些无法控制自己债务的顾客打交道。

The customer called for the waiter.
顾客要服务员过去。

Shopping bags are provided for the customers' convenience.
提供购物袋以方便顾客。

They are insensitive to the needs of the customers.
他们对顾客的要求不敏感。

This company is our regular customer. 这家公司是我们的老客户。

Although it has been possible to infer from the goods and services actually produced what manufacturers and servicing trades thought their customers wanted, only a study of relevant personal documents written by actual consumers will provide a precise picture of who wanted what.
尽管从生产厂商和服务行业认为他们的顾客需要并实际生产的产品或者提供的服务来推断他是可能的。但只有对实际的消费者填写的个人资料的研究才能清楚地描述顾客的需求。

Customers are asked not to handle the goods in the shop.
请顾客不要触摸商店里的货物。

我真失策。
I blew it. *常用俚语,表示“失败”、“失策”、“干了一件蠢事”。
I blew it. I lost the customer. (我真失策,失去了那个客户。)
Make sure it doesn't happen again. (再也不要发生这样的事了。)
I screwed up.
I messed up. (我给搞砸了。)
It's all my fault. (全都是我的错。)

真无情!
How ruthless!
She stole my customer. (她抢走了我的客人。)
How ruthless! (真残忍!)
How uncaring!
How cruel!

Our service has been very well-received by our customers so far.
到目前为止,顾客对我们的服务质量评价甚高。

We have a toll-free number for customers to call.
我们对顾客提供免费服务电话。

We're afraid that your product's quality won't satisfy Chinese customers.
恐怕你们的产品质量无法使中国顾客满意。

Some of our customers have recently expressed interest in your woolen carpets and inquired about their quality and prices.
目前我们的一些客户对你们的纯毛地毯颇有兴趣,并询问其质量和价格。

Please send us all the data concerning your Hero Brand fountain pens and ball pens, so we can introduce your products to our customers.
请寄给我们有关你方英雄牌自来水笔和圆球笔的资料,以便我们向顾客介绍你们的产品。

If the customer requests a carrier other than truck, he must bear the additional charge.
如果顾客坚持用卡车以外的运输工具,就必须负担额外费用。

Our service, so far, has been very well-received by our customers.
到目前为止,顾客对我们的服务质量评价甚高。

When you are skinning your customers , you should leave some skin on to grow so that you can skin them again.
Nikita Khrushchev, Statsman of the former Soviet Union 
如果你要剥客户的皮,你应当给他们留点皮,别剥光,让它长新皮,这样你下次还可以继续剥他们的皮。
前苏联政治家赫鲁晓夫N 

I see. But aren’t these prices for your domestic customers
我明白了。但是这些价格是提供给国内顾客的吗?

Will you persuade your customer to arrange for a one-month extension of L/C No.TD204?
你们能不能劝说客户将TD204号信用证延期一个月?

Couldn't you make it …… instead of ……? That would give us enough time to assemble the machine and meet the deadline set by our customer.
不能将……周改为……周吗?这样我们才有足够时间组装机器从而满足顾客要求的期限。

We believe we shall be able to better satisfy our customers quantitatively.
我们相信能在数量上更好地使客户满意。

According to the power the principal has delegated to a selling agent, the agent may just introduce the potential customer to the principal or actually negotiate and conclude the contract between the two parties. The have the following characteristics:
按照委托人所授予其代理人的权利,销售代理可能只负责向委托人介绍潜在客户或者实际谈判并签订双方间的合同。代理人有以下几个特点:

We always keep an eye on customers’ preference and make our products according to what our customers need, want and like.
我们总是密切注视消费者的喜好,根本消费者需求、喜好,生产我们的产品。

顾客 [gù kè] /client/customer/

客 [kè] /customer/visitor/guest/

买主 [mǎi zhǔ] /customer/

用户端设备 [yòng hù duān shè bèi] /customer premise equipment/CPE/

If railroads charged all customers the same average rate, they argue, shippers who have the option of switching to trucks or other forms of transportation would do so, leaving remaining customers to shoulder the cost of keeping up the line.
他们认为,如果铁路公司向所有客户收取同样的普通价格的话,那么,可以使用公路运输或其他交通工具的客户将会转移,使剩下的客户来承担铁路正常运作的开销。

There are technological reasons to hope the digital divide will narrow.
一些技术上的因素使我们有理由期望差异会缩小。
As the Internet becomes more and more commercialized, it is in the interest of business to universalize access — after all, the more people online, the more potential customers there are.
随着互联网的日趋商业化,上网普及对商家是有利的——毕竟,上网人数越多,潜在的客户就越多。
More and more governments, afraid their countries will be left behind, want to spread Internet access.
越来越多的政府,惟恐自己的国家落后,纷纷推广互联网的普及。

Here is a troubled business that keeps hiring employees whose attitudes vastly annoy the customers.
这是一个棘手的行业,却不断地雇用观点总体上使客户恼怒的雇员。
Then it sponsors lots of symposiums and a credibility project dedicated to wondering why customers are annoyed and fleeing in large numbers.
然后它又出资组织研讨会和可信度调查项目,去探究为什么顾客们恼火了,为什么会有那么多人逃避新闻。
But it never seems to get around to noticing the cultural and class biases that so many former buyers are complaining about.
但它似乎从来就没回过头来去注意那么多以前的顾客所抱怨的文化和阶级偏见。
If it did, it would open up its diversity program, now focused narrowly on race and gender, and look for reporters who differ broadly by outlook, values, education, and class.
如果它能注意这个问题的话,它就应该进一步开放其多样化项目(这个项目现在还只单纯考虑招收不同种族和性别的员工),进一步寻找那些世界观、价值观、教育水平和社会阶层各不相同的各种记者。

I believe that the most important forces behind the massive M&A wave are the same that underlie the globalization process: falling transportation and communication costs, lower trade and investment barriers and enlarged markets that require enlarged operations capable of meeting customers' demands.
我认为,推动这股巨大的并购浪潮的最主要的力量,也是推动全球化进程的力量,包括日趋下降的运输与通讯费用,较低的贸易与投资壁垒,以及市场的扩大和为满足市场需求而进行的扩大生产。

It's a rough world out there.
外面是一个危险的世界。
Step outside and you could break a leg slipping on your doormat.
如果你走出去,可能会滑倒在门垫上,摔伤一条腿。
Light up the stove and you could burn down the house.
如果你点燃炉灶,可能会把房子烧掉。
Luckily, if the doormat or stove failed to warn of coming disaster, a successful lawsuit might compensate you for your troubles.
但是假如门垫或炉灶上没有警示语告诉你可能发生的危害,那么你或许可以就自己所受的伤害通过法律诉讼,成功地获得赔偿。
Or so the thinking has gone since the early 1980s, when juries began holding more companies liable for their customers' misfortunes.
大约自80年代初以来人们就不再这样认为了,当时陪审团已开始认为更多的公司应对其顾客所遭受的不幸负责。

While warnings are often appropriate and necessary — the dangers of drug interactions, for example — and many are required by state or federal regulations, it isn't clear that they actually protect the manufacturers and sellers from liability if a customer is injured.
虽然警示语常常是合理而必要的,如对药物副作用而产生的危险的警示语,并且很多是州或联邦法规所要求的,但是当消费者受伤,这些警示语能否真正保护制造商和销售商使之免于责任,这还很难说。

About 50 percent of the companies lose when injured customers take them to court.
被受伤的消费者告上法庭的公司中,大约一半的情况是公司败诉。

At the same time, the American Law Institute — a group of judges, lawyers, and academics whose recommendations carry substantial weight — issued new guidelines for tort law stating that companies need not warn customers of obvious dangers or bombard them with a lengthy list of possible ones.
与此同时,美国法学会——该学会由一群举足轻重的法官、律师、学者所组成——签署了新的民事侵害法纲要,宣布公司不必警示顾客那些显而易见的危险,或者给顾客列出一份冗长的可能造成的危险的清单。

If the moderate end of the legal community has its way, the information on products might actually be provided for the benefit of customers and not as protection against legal liability.
如果该法律团体的这一适中的目的能够实现,产品上提供的警示信息实际上是用来保护消费者利益的,而不是为了避免公司承担法律责任的。

Until recently, Internet marketing activities have focused on strategies to "pull" customers into sites.
前些年,互联网上的营销活动还集中在如何将用户“拉进”网站的策略问题上。

In the past year, however, software companies have developed tools that allow companies to "push" information directly out to consumers, transmitting marketing messages directly to targeted customers.
然而,在去年,软件公司开发出新的技术,这些技术使得公司可以将信息直接“推出”给消费者,直接把营销信息传送给特定的用户。

Companies such as Virtual Vineyards are already starting to use similar technologies to push messages to customers about special sales, product offerings, or other events.
像Virtual Vineyards这样的公司业已开始采用类似的技术将有关特价商品、产品推销或其他活动的信息“推”向用户。

The examples of Virtual Vineyards, Amazon.com, and other pioneers show that a Web site selling the right kind of products with the right mix of interactivity, hospitality, and security will attract online customers.
像Virtual Vineyards和Amazon.com及其他开拓者的例子说明:一个销售适类商品的网站,如果将交互性、热情服务、安全性合理结合,肯定会吸引网上用户的。

And they also identify preferred customers for promotional campaigns.
此外,他们还确定理想的顾客群进行促销活动。

{adj: angry} feeling or showing anger
"angry at the weather"
"angry customers"
"an angry silence"
"sending angry letters to the papers"
<-> unangry

{adj: balking, balky} stopping short and refusing to go on
"a balking"
"a balky mule"
"a balky customer"

{adj: cash-and-carry} sold for cash and the customer carries it away (no delivery service)
"cash-and-carry business"

{adj: chummy, buddy-buddy, thick} (used informally) associated on close terms
"a close friend"
"the bartender was chummy with the regular customers"
"the two were thick as thieves for months"

{adj: informed} having much knowledge or education
"an informed public"
"informed opinion"
"the informed customer"
<-> uninformed

{adj: politic, smooth, suave, bland} smoothly agreeable and courteous with a degree of sophistication
"he was too politic to quarrel with so important a personage"
"the hostess averted a confrontation between two guests with a diplomatic change of subject"
"the manager pacified the customer with a smooth apology for the error"
"affable, suave, moderate men...smugly convinced of their respectability" - Ezra Pound

{adj: preconditioned} having already been put into a suitable condition
"a surface preconditioned to receive paint"
"customers preconditioned to buy a product"

{adj: raised, inflated} increased especially to abnormal levels
"the raised prices frightened away customers"
"inflated wages"
"an inflated economy"

{adj: regular, steady} relating to a person who does something regularly
"a regular customer"
"a steady drinker"

{adj: regular} in accordance with fixed order or procedure or principle
"his regular calls on his customers"
"regular meals"
"regular duties"
<-> irregular

{adj: satisfied} filled with satisfaction
"a satisfied customer"

{adj: self-service} of or denoting an establishment (a restaurant or shop etc.) where customers serve themselves

{adj: unaccommodating} offering no assistance
"rudely unaccommodating to the customers"
"icily neutral, disagreeably unhelpful"

{adv: behind} in or into an inferior position
"fell behind in his studies"
"their business was lagging behind in the competition for customers"

{adv: churlishly, surlily} in a churlish manner
"the store owner treated his customers churlishly"

{adv: shiftily} in a shifty manner
"he looked at his new customer shiftily"

{adv: well} thoroughly or completely; fully; often used as a combining form
"The problem is well understood"
"she was well informed"
"shake well before using"
"in order to avoid food poisoning be sure the meat is well cooked"
"well-done beef", "well-satisfied customers"
"well-educated"

{n: B-girl, bar girl} a woman employed by a bar to act as a companion to men customers

{n: Todd, Sweeney Todd} fictional character in a play by George Pitt; a barber who murdered his customers

{n: account executive, account representative, registered representative, customer's broker, customer's man} someone in charge of a client's account for an advertising agency or brokerage or other service business

{n: backlog} an accumulation of jobs not done or materials not processed that are yet to be dealt with (especially unfilled customer orders for products or services)

{n: bait and switch} a deceptive way of selling that involves advertising a product at a very low price in order to attract customers who are then persuaded to switch to a more expensive product

{n: bank account} a fund that a customer has entrusted to a bank and from which they can make withdrawals
"he moved his bank account to a new bank"

{n: barber chair} a large fixed adjustable chair in which barbers seat their customers

{n: barker} someone who stands in front of a show (as at a carnival) and gives a loud colorful sales talk to potential customers

{n: brokerage account} a fund that a customer has entrusted to a securities brokerage
"you can't get a brokerage account unless you have $20,000"

{n: cabstand, taxistand, taxi rank} a place where taxis park while awaiting customers
"in England the place where taxis wait to be hired is called a `taxi rank'"

{n: call center, call centre} a center equipped to handle a large volume of telephone calls (especially for taking orders or serving customers)

{n: call} a visit in an official or professional capacity
"the pastor's visits to his parishioners"
"a visit to a dentist"
"the salesman's call on a customer"

{n: captain, headwaiter, maitre d'hotel, maitre d'} a dining-room attendant who is in charge of the waiters and the seating of customers

{n: carriage trade} trade from upper-class customers

{n: clientele, patronage, business} customers collectively
"they have an upper class clientele"

{n: coming attraction} a movie that is advertised to draw customers

{n: competition} a business relation in which two parties compete to gain customers
"business competition can be fiendish at times"

{n: convenience store} a store selling a limited variety of food and pharmaceutical items; open long hours for the convenience of customers

{n: counter check} a blank check provided by a bank for the convenience of customers who are making withdrawals

{n: credit account, charge account, open account} credit extended by a business to a customer

{n: credit line, line of credit, bank line, line, personal credit line, personal line of credit} the maximum credit that a customer is allowed

{n: curb service} service provided to customers who remain in their vehicles

{n: custom-made, custom-built} an item made to the customer's specifications
<-> ready-made

{n: customer agent} a foreign purchaser who buys goods outright for resale

{n: customer, client} someone who pays for goods or services

{n: cybercafe} a cafe whose customers sit at computer terminals and log on to the internet while they eat and drink

{n: delivery truck, delivery van, panel truck} a van suitable for delivering goods or services to customers

{n: direct loan} a loan by a lender to a customer without the use of a third party; direct lending gives the lender greater discretion in making loans

{n: direct mail} advertising sent directly to prospective customers via the mail

{n: direct marketing} marketing via a promotion delivered directly to the individual prospective customer

{n: doggie bag, doggy bag} a bag for food that a customer did not eat at a restaurant; the transparent pretense is that the food is taken home to feed the customer's dog

{n: drawing card, loss leader, leader} a featured article of merchandise sold at a loss in order to draw customers

{n: drawing power} the capacity for attracting people (customers or supporters)

{n: floorwalker, shopwalker} an employee of a retail store who supervises sales personnel and helps with customer problems
"a floorwalker is called a shopwalker in England"

{n: gristmill} a mill for grinding grain (especially the customer's own grain)

{n: grocery bag} a sack for holding customer's groceries

{n: guest} a customer of a hotel or restaurant etc.

{n: gypsy cab} a taxicab that cruises for customers although it is licensed only to respond to calls

{n: house organ} a periodical published by a business firm for its employees and customers

{n: jobber, middleman, wholesaler} someone who buys large quantities of goods and resells to merchants rather than to the ultimate customers

{n: lagniappe} a small gift (especially one given by a merchant to a customer who makes a purchase)

{n: launderette, Laundromat} a self-service laundry (service mark Laundromat) where coin-operated washing machines are available to individual customers

{n: letter of credit} a document issued by a bank that guarantees the payment of a customer's draft; substitutes the bank's credit for the customer's credit

{n: majority, bulk} the property resulting from being or relating to the greater in number of two parts; the main part
"the majority of his customers prefer it"
"the bulk of the work is finished"
<-> minority

{n: margin call, call} a demand by a broker that a customer deposit enough to bring his margin up to the minimum requirement

{n: margin, security deposit} the amount of collateral a customer deposits with a broker when borrowing from the broker to buy securities

{n: market penetration} the extent to which a product is recognized and bought by customers in a particular market

{n: marketing cost} the cost of marketing (e.g., the cost of transferring title and moving goods to the customer)

{n: market} the customers for a particular product or service
"before they publish any book they try to determine the size of the market for it"

{n: mountebank, charlatan} a flamboyant deceiver; one who attracts customers with tricks or jokes

{n: net sales} gross sales reduced by customer discounts, returns, freight out, and allowances

{n: operations, trading operations} financial transactions at a brokerage; having to do with the execution of trades and keeping customer records

{n: order book} a book in which customers' orders are entered; usually makes multiple copies of the order

{n: overdraft credit, check overdraft credit} credit provided by a bank in honoring a customer's overdrafts

{n: patron, frequenter} a regular customer

{n: pimp, procurer, panderer, pander, pandar, fancy man, ponce} someone who procures customers for whores (in England they call a pimp a ponce)

{n: portfolio} a set of pieces of creative work collected to be shown to potential customers or employers
"the artist had put together a portfolio of his work"
"every actor has a portfolio of photographs"

{n: potboy, potman} a worker in an inn or public house who serves customers and does various chores

{n: presentation, presentment, demonstration} a show or display; the act of presenting something to sight or view
"the presentation of new data"
"he gave the customer a demonstration"

{n: prime interest rate} the interest rate on short-term loans that banks charge their commercial customers with high credit ratings

{n: roper} a decoy who lures customers into a gambling establishment (especially one with a fixed game)

{n: sack, poke, paper bag, carrier bag} a bag made of paper or plastic for holding customer's purchases

{n: sales resistance} resistance by potential customers to aggressive selling practices

{n: salesperson, sales representative, sales rep} a person employed to represent a business and to sell its merchandise (as to customers in a store or to customers who are visited)

{n: selling point} a characteristic of something that is up for sale that makes it attractive to potential customers

{n: service department} the division of a business that provides customer services

{n: shill} a decoy who acts as an enthusiastic customer in order to stimulate the participation of others

{n: shop bell} a bell attached to the door of a small shop; warns the proprietor that a customer has entered the shop

{n: squeeze} a situation in which increased costs cannot be passed on to the customer
"increased expenses put a squeeze on profits"

{n: stamp dealer} a dealer in stamps (whose customers are stamp collectors)

{n: street name} the name of a brokerage firm in which stock is held on behalf of a customer
"all my stocks are held in street name"

{n: streetwalker, street girl, hooker, hustler, floozy, floozie, slattern} a prostitute who attracts customers by walking the streets

{n: teaser} an advertisement that offers something free in order to arouse customers' interest

{n: tout, touter} someone who advertises for customers in an especially brazen way

{n: trade, patronage} the business given to a commercial establishment by its customers
"even before noon there was a considerable patronage"

{n: travel agent} someone who sells or arranges trips or tours for customers

{n: traveling salesman, travelling salesman, commercial traveler, commercial traveller, roadman, bagman} a salesman who travels to call on customers

{n: warrantee} a customer to whom a warrant or guarantee is given

{n: whoremaster, whoremonger, john, trick} a prostitute's customer

{v: attract, pull, pull in, draw, draw in} direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes
"Her good looks attract the stares of many men"
"The ad pulled in many potential customers"
"This pianist pulls huge crowds"
"The store owner was happy that the ad drew in many new customers"
<-> repel

{v: bruise} damage (plant tissue) by abrasion of pressure
"The customer bruised the strawberries by squeezing them"

{v: call on the carpet, rebuke, rag, trounce, reproof, lecture, reprimand, jaw, dress down, call down, scold, chide, berate, bawl out, remonstrate, chew out, chew up, have words, lambaste, lambast} censure severely or angrily
"The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"
"The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"
"The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"

{v: chase away, drive out, turn back, drive away, dispel, drive off, run off} force to go away ; used both with concrete and metaphoric meanings
"Drive away potential burglars"
"drive away bad thoughts"
"dispel doubts"
"The supermarket had to turn back many disappointed customers"

{v: check out} record, add up, and receive payment for items purchased
"She was checking out the apples that the customer had put on the conveyer belt"

{v: convert, win over, convince} make (someone) agree, understand, or realize the truth or validity of something
"He had finally convinced several customers of the advantages of his product"

{v: develop} generate gradually
"We must develop more potential customers"
"develop a market for the new mobile phone"

{v: dun} persistently ask for overdue payment
"The grocer dunned his customers every day by telephone"

{v: endeavor, endeavour, strive} attempt by employing effort
"we endeavor to make our customers happy"

{v: fail, neglect} fail to do something ; leave something undone
"She failed to notice that her child was no longer in his crib"
"The secretary failed to call the customer and the company lost the account"

{v: feel, finger} examine by touch
"Feel this soft cloth!"
"The customer fingered the sweater"

{v: hook, snare} entice and trap
"The car salesman had snared three potential customers"

{v: indicate, point, show} indicate a place, direction, person, or thing ; either spatially or figuratively
"I showed the customer the glove section"
"He pointed to the empty parking space"
"he indicated his opponents"

{v: line up, queue up, queue} form a queue, form a line, stand in line
"Customers lined up in front of the store"

{v: mail out} transmit by mail
"The company mailed out the catalog to all potential customers"

{v: overturn, tip over, turn over, upset, knock over, bowl over, tump over} cause to overturn from an upright or normal position
"The cat knocked over the flower vase"
"the clumsy customer turned over the vase"
"he tumped over his beer"

{v: pacify, lenify, conciliate, assuage, appease, mollify, placate, gentle, gruntle} cause to be more favorably inclined ; gain the good will of
"She managed to mollify the angry customer"

{v: patronize, patronise, patronage, support, keep going} be a regular customer or client of
"We patronize this store"
"Our sponsor kept our art studio going for as long as he could"

{v: patronize, patronise, shop, shop at, buy at, frequent, sponsor} do one's shopping at ; do business with ; be a customer or client of
<-> boycott

{v: reassure, assure} cause to feel sure ; give reassurance to
"The airline tried to reassure the customers that the planes were safe"
<-> worry

{v: rope in} draw in as if with a rope ; lure
"The agent had roped in several customers"

{v: seethe, boil} be in an agitated emotional state
"The customer was seething with anger"

{v: sieve out, pick over} separate or remove
"The customer picked over the selection"

{v: snap, snarl} utter in an angry, sharp, or abrupt tone
"The sales clerky snapped a reply at the angry customer"
"The guard snarled at us"

{v: street-walk, streetwalk} walk the streets in search of customers
"The prostitute is street-walking every night"

{v: tease} to arouse hope, desire, or curiosity without satisfying them
"The advertisement is intended to tease the customers"
"She has a way of teasing men with her flirtatious behavior"

{v: turn a trick} have a customer, of a prostitute

{v: victimize, swindle, rook, goldbrick, nobble, diddle, bunco, defraud, scam, mulct, gyp, con} deprive of by deceit
"He swindled me out of my inheritance"
"She defrauded the customers who trusted her"
"the cashier gypped me when he gave me too little change"

{v: walk out} leave abruptly, often in protest or anger
"The customer that was not served walked out"

Through the day I wanted to stop amid the rush of customers to talk to her.
整整一天,在招待蜂拥而至的顾客过程中,我一直想停下来和杰恩聊聊。

Would-be customers discovered it could be fashioned into molded insulation, valve parts, pipe stems, billiard balls, knobs, buttons, knife handles and all manners of items.
未来的客户发现它能够制造成铸模绝缘材料、阀门零件、细长的物品、台球、球形柄、纽扣、刀柄以及各种各样的物件。

Two or three times a week she received a customer in whom she began to take an interest.
有一位顾客每周总来玛莎小姐的小店二、三次,玛莎小姐对此人逐渐产生了好感。

Two days afterward the customer came in again, and he did notice the picture.
两天后,那位顾客又来了,他确实注意到了那幅画。

" Der balance, " said the customer, " is not in good drawing.
"布局和比例, "那位顾客说, "不很协调。

One day the customer came in as usual, laid his nickel on the showcase, and called for his stale loaves.
一天,那位顾客一如往常地来了,把五美分硬币往柜台上一放要了两条干面包。

The kindly customer hurried to the door to look, as anyone will.
那和善的顾客赶快跑到门口去看发生了什么事,正如其他人一样。

Miss Martha leaned weakly against the showcase, one hand on her best blue-dotted silk shirtwaist as the pipe-smoking stranger gripped the shouting customer by the collar.
玛莎小姐虚弱无力地倚靠在橱窗上,一只手放在她最得意的蓝点真丝背心上。这时,那个叼着烟斗的陌生人一把抓住那个大喊大叫的顾客的衣领。

He took his customer service skills to Moscow, and Moscow heard why it's a good thing to treat your passengers to a smile.
他把他对旅客服务的技巧通报给了莫斯科方面,而莫斯科则听取了为什么用微笑接待旅客是一件大有好处的事情。

" And they'd say, 'Yes, but there's no reason to smile because they 've already paid their money for the ticket and they can't get a refund. ' But that's not the way to offer the best customer service. Smile. "
"而他们会说: '会说:是的,但是没有理由去微笑,因为他们已经付钱买了票,他们又不能得到退款。 '不能得到退款。但这不是向旅客提供最佳服务的方式。要微笑。 "

Mr. Pulver believes that every company in the world is a potential customer for this kind of information. " We are going to drill down as far as we can, he said.
普尔弗先生相信世界上每个公司都是这类信息的潜在客户。他说: "我们将尽可能探究下去。 "

" Customers wanted an iMac to go, " says Apple's acting chief executive Steve Jobs. " There has never been a portable designed for the consumer market. "
苹果公司代理总经理史蒂夫·乔布斯说: "消费者过去就想让 iMac 可以移动,而以前从未有这种为消费者市场设计的便携式机型。 "

He, taking advantage of me, began to teach me how to seduce customers.
他利用我的弱点,开始教我如何引诱顾客。

When you approach a prospective customer, you ask:
在接近嫖客时,便问:
'Do you want a date? '
你想约会吗?
If he says 'yes ', then we talk about the deal.
如果对方愿意,彼此便议价。

For 'blow off' which means 'oral sex' we charge $ 12 to $ 15 and for 'half and half' meaning oral sex and intercourse', the price is $ 30 to $ 50. '
吹开 '意指 '口交 ',我们要价 1215美元; '1215美元;各一半 ';意思是 ';口交加性交 ',要价 3050美元。
These two items are performed in customer's car for 10 to 15 minutes. "
这两项在嫖客汽车上进行,要用 1015分钟。 "

" Do you go to hotels with your customers? "
"你和嫖客一起到旅馆吗? "
" Of course, we do, we make more money that way.
"当然去,这样我们可以赚更多的钱。
We get paid at least $ 50 for half an hour and $ 100 for an hour.
半小时至少可得 50美元,一小时 100美元。

The customers have to pay the hotel expenses.
嫖客付旅馆费。

" How many customers you received and how much money you made every night? "
"你每晚接多少客?可以赚多少钱? "

For good nights, I took a dozen men, making as much as four to five hundred dollars,
景气时每晚接十来个客,赚 400500美元;
for bad ones I earned only about one hundred, having three or four customers.
不景气时接三、四个客,只能赚大约 100美元。

When they heard us screaming, beaten by our customers, they'd come to our aid and chased the brutes away.
有时顾客跟我们争执,打我们时,我们便尖叫,警察闻声赶来,帮我们把恶人赶走。

Even so, we did not want that happen often, because we would lose customers.
不过,即使这样,我们也不愿意这类事经常发生,因为我们会因此失去顾客。 "

'You have been leading a promiscuous life for all those years, have you ever caught the deadly disease AIDS or is your HIV test positive? " I asked with concern.
"你经历了那么多年淫乱生活,是否染上了致命的艾滋病?你的艾滋病毒测试呈阳性吗? "我关切地问。
" No, I never catch it, thank God, this is my greatest luck.
"没有,我决不会感染。老天保佑,这是我最大的幸运。
I demanded all customers wear rubber caps, otherwise, I would not do it, no matter how much money was offered. "
我要求所有嫖客戴保险套,否则,给再多的钱我也不干。 "

And news reports said Sen. Robert Torricelli, D-N.J., will propose legislation requiring Web companies to ask permission before using personal customer data.
并且有新闻报道说,新泽西州民主党参议员罗伯特.托里切利将提出法案,要求网络公司在使用客户个人资料之前必须征得客户的同意。

Is a customer pestering you with arcane questions about an obscure mutual fund?
是否有顾客会就一项内容模糊的共同基金向你提一些不可思议的问题?

Early attempts to create a practical alternative to credit cards for online financial transactions have been slow to gain consumer confidence.
此前,为网上交易寻求信用卡替代产品的尝试一直难以赢得消费者的认同。
First, you open a free account with Beenz.com, a New York-based outfit that's been in business since 1998.
首先,你在 Beenz.com 网站上开立一个免费帐户。该公司于 1998年开业,总部设在纽约。
You earn beenz by visiting certain websites that give beenz away to reward customer loyalty, in exchange for personal information or as a reward to surfers for just showing up.
访问一些奖励上网者的网站,向这些网站提供一些个人信息,或者仅仅是点击这些网站,你就能挣得 beenz 货币。

Dozens of other Web-based customer-incentive programs are out there, like ClickRewards, which distributes frequent-flyer miles.
另外还有数十家网站提供奖励消费者的计划,如 ClickRewards 网站向网友赠送飞行哩数。

No other company offers customer rewards redeemable off-line, and no other company is aiming quite so high.
目前还没有其它哪家公司能够提供将电子货币离线兑换成现金的奖励计划,而且也没有其它公司将自己定位如此之高。

Beenz.com recently logged its 17 millionth beenz transaction, and Letts predicts - " Without a shadow of a doubt "- that last year the company will sign up its 5 millionth customer.
最近 Beenz.com 已完成了第一千七百万笔交易,莱特预测,丝毫不用怀疑,去年公司的客户签约人数在年底时将达到五百万名。

Although no longer actively involved in the business, Yee's sisters - Gail, 45, Teresa, 43, and Elaine, 41, all Columbus postal workers; Jane, 33, a customer service rep; and Leigh, 21, a college student( brother Gary, 50, is a bus driver) - often play guinea pigs as Yee tries out new products.
余素兰有三个姐姐──余惠兰( 45岁),余慕兰( 43岁)和余绮兰( 41岁),她们现在都是哥伦布市的邮递员;余素兰妹妹余贞兰( 33岁)现在是一位客户服务代表,余莉兰( 21岁)还是一位大学生(哥哥余本立, 50岁,是一位公共汽车司机),尽管她们现在不再介入真化妆品的经营,但是现在常在余素兰进行新产品实验时充当试验品。

While the vast majority of customers fly economy class, most airline ads focus on services offered in the front of the plane.
在大多数旅客乘坐经济舱的情况下,这些航空公司却只强调改善非经济舱的服务。

The other reason is less subtle: airlines compete desperately to attract and keep the igh yield passengers those business and first-class customers because they generate up to eight times more revenue than the folks in the cheap seats.
另一个理由到没有那么神秘。航空公司竭尽全力想吸引并留住那些高收益客户,即公务舱和头等舱的乘客,因为从他们那里获得的收益可达经济舱的八倍甚至更多。

Since cell phones work by connecting with bay stations located at various intervals in cities and along roads, operators have always been able to identify within a certain number of kilometers where a customer is when he is using a cell phone.
由于蜂窝手必须城市里或马路边间隔或长或短的基站联通之后才能使用,运营商常常能够判断出用户打电话时所处的位置,误差在几公里之内。

While the idea is to save lives, mobile operators around the world are now looking at using the same technology to guide their customers to tourist sites, restaurants and shows.
这服务最初的目的是为了拯救生命,不过现在世界各地的运营商正在尝试用同样的技术指引用户去旅游地、餐馆和演出地点。

That could allow some ISPs to install their own connections to customers ' homes.
那时,一些网络服务供应商可以自己安装联接用户住宅的线路。

In the past year in the U.K., a series of companies have launched free or unmetered Internet access plans in which the customer pays a simple flat-rate fee, or nothing at all only to be overwhelmed by massive consumer response.


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