Noun(1) customers collectively
(1) Each coffee house had its own regular clientele - be it literary, clerical, aristocratic, or commercial.(2) an upscale clientele(3) The clientele is mixed and, unless some dignitaries are in attendance, the atmosphere is noisy and informal.(4) Shopping complexes should reserve basement parking for their clientele .(5) The clientele is the cream of Indonesia's political and business elite, who place a premium on privacy.(6) He said the pub's existing customers did not create problems, but a different clientele might be attracted if it opened late.(7) He argued that such decisions should be left to business owners and their clientele .(8) He jumped in feet first and booked all the top names, drawing in a regular clientele which formed queues a mile long along Leigh Road.(9) In a survey of its regular clientele , the Deep Blues Club asked: which performer at the club was your favourite?(10) The Falcon is a traditional pub with a regular middle-aged clientele and a maximum capacity of 100.(11) Officers go into a pub, order a few drinks and mix with the clientele while keeping their eyes open for those breaking the law.(12) She received all her clients via the phone and had a regular clientele .(13) At NailBarOne, York's new express manicure outlet in Swinegate, men are becoming part of the regular clientele .(14) the solicitor's clientele(15) We are all not quite in competition because we all had our own clientele .(16) the dancers don't mix with the clientele
(1) clientele :: мизоьҳо
1. patronage ::
2. business ::
Different Formsclientele, clienteles
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