Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Consumer"

The meaning of "Consumer" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Perhaps consumers would not be so quick to run out and grab that burger and fries if the photos showed them as they actually are. mean?
A: It means that people would not want to get fast food because it doesn’t look very good when it’s being made.
Q: What does consumer goods (what's the example?) mean?
A: Well CG means final goods. Any tangible product for sale that is used by a person or household and not for business purposes.

Like automobiles, household furniture or appliances. Consumer purchased such goods for immediate or almost immediate consumption.
Q: What does If Japanese consumers understand they’re not on the hook for all the gross debt outstanding, their mood could potentially perk up. mean?
A: @katoo:
hmm, tough one. this a sounds like an economics question about the country's national debt.

example: (I am making up these numbers!) "The national debt is 50 billion dollars...that means every Japanese person owes $80,000" ... in other words, they did a math calculation dividing the total debt amount, (50 billion dollars) by the population of the country to calculate an average. ($ 80,000 (remember, made up numbers!)). In reality, every individual citizen does not actually owe $80,000 personally. Some have no personal debt at all, some have a little, some have a lot, etc., but to read a statement like that can be depressing if it is not explained. if the Japanese understood the idea better, they would feel better about it I.e., not be depressed about it (" their mood could pick up")

Example sentences using "Consumer"

Q: Please show me example sentences with financial consumer company.
A: example:

In our company, the financial department does not work with the consumer, but with the employees.
Q: Please show me example sentences with consumer electronics .
A: We went to the consumer electronics show and bought a 4K TV.
Prices in consumer electronics have been dropping for years.
The consumer electronics industry is very competitive.

Synonyms of "Consumer" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between consumer and customer ?
A: They have the same meaning, however, consumer is a little but more formal.
Q: What is the difference between consumer prices are keeping falling due to globalization and globalization keeps consumer prices low ?
A: - “consumer prices keep falling due to globalization”
indicates that they keep getting lower and lower.

- “globalization keeps consumer prices low”
does not indicate that the prices are continuously getting lower. It just indicates that globalization keeps them low.
Q: What is the difference between consumer and costumer ?
A: A consumer is anyone that purchases things in the economy.

Consumers are buying more this Christmas compared to last year.

A customer is a consumer that goes to a particular store.

Yes, I know Michael. He is one of our best customers.

Remember it is customer not costumer.

A costumer is someone who makes costumes for a party or some event.

He asked a professional costumer to outfit him for the Halloween party in LA.
Q: What is the difference between consumers and customers ?
A: Customers are the ones who purchase your products. Consumers are the ones who actually use your products, so the customer may not be the actual consumer of your product. For example, suppose you own a small business that manufactures and distributes children's games or toys. While the children are the actual users, or consumers, of your product, they are not your customers. Instead, the customers are the parents of the children who actually purchase your products for them.
Q: What is the difference between consumer and customer ?
A: Consumer can refer to someone who eats something "I will consume this apple, therefore I am a consumer of apples," but is also used for people who are buyers of non-edible things as well. For instance, COACH produces handbags and the people who purchase them are consumers. In this instance, the people buying handbags are also customers! Customers is the more common term used when it comes to describing people that are shopping, whether they are buying something or not, though typically refers to those making purchases or in need of assistance. If you call for technical support for company X, you are company X's customer.

Translations of "Consumer"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? consumer
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ///Does "consumer products" or "final goods" or "consumer goods" mean the same thing?//
A: Yes, they mean the same thing but "final goods" would never be used in modern English. "Consumer products" would be more used in European English (United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland) and "consumer goods" would be used in the United States and Canada.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "consumers are touched or laughing by your advertising " is it correct??^^;;;
A: Consumers find your advertising both funny and heartwarming.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? consumer
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Other questions about "Consumer"

Q: What does "consumer tastes and global trade are in upheaval." mean?

Context>>>>>>>>
Louis Vuitton is positioning itself for a world in which consumer tastes and global trade are in upheaval. That means testing one of the luxury industry’s core tenets—that a luxury product must be made where it was conceived. While competitors such as Gucci, Hermès and Chanel have kept most production in Italy and France, Louis Vuitton is increasingly letting industrial logic and geopolitics govern supply-chain decisions.
A: Let’s start with upheaval. This means that a major change is occurring. For example, after the father died the family was in upheaval.

Consumer tastes is a business term that talks about how “consumers”, or the people that buy products, feel about what to buy. For example, recent consumer tastes show a focus on health over cost as more people are spending money on food that makes them healthy.

Global trade are the transactions between countries, particularly the businesses in each country. For example, the Trump administration’s fight with the Chinese has made people concerned about global trade.

So now let’s put it all together. Consumer tastes and global trade are in upheaval means that consumers and how they view products as well as how countries buy and sell from each other is in a state of major change, or upheaval.
Q: consumer demand
catering service
admission charge
job market
fuel efficiency
occupancy rate
safety guidelines
patient care
job opening
expiration dat
performance appraisal (sheet/system)
production quota
distribution channel
security lapse
construction budget
safety regulation
relocation information
currency exchange
interest rate
pension plan
time constraints
job interview
job openings
job seeker
job opportunity
job description
job satisfaction
safety regulations
safety measures
safety precautions
safety procedures
cash payment
monthly payment
installment payment
down payment
deposit payment
qualified candidate
preferred candidate
presidential candidate
gift certificate
public relations
priority seat
tourist information
precision instrument
construction permit
parking permit
budget revision
employee performance
circulation desk
A: They're all correct. I think they're just phrases though, not idioms.
Q: I'm a loyal consumer of Apple since the creation. does this sound natural?
A: In English, we say "I have been a loyal customer since the creation"
rather than using the present tense like in French.
eg.
He had been crying since the start of break.
she has been a volunteer for 6 years / since 6 years ago
Q: I advocate raising the consumer tax to ten percent if the government uses them appropriately. does this sound natural?
A: I advocate raising the consumer tax to ten percent if the government uses it appropriately.

Or:

I advocate raising the consumer taxes to ten percent if the government uses them appropriately.

The pronoun (it or them) needs to agree in number with the noun it is referring to.

But this is a good sentence and easy to understand. Your little mistake is one that a native speaker might make.
Q: In 2015, it is widely talked about that Chinese consumers voraciously bought Japanese products and it helped create a buzzword “explosive buying”. does this sound natural?
A: I like that you changed "and created" to "which created." "Which" makes the sentence flow a lot more naturally.
But I still think your original sentence was better (with the small changes I mentioned before). :D

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