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

The meaning of "Customer" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does customer base mean?
A: a customer base is the group of people who constantly buy from you store or buy a particular product.
Q: What does long standing customer mean?
A: A person who was been a customer for a very long time.
Q: What does difficult customer mean?
A: >> DIFFICULT CUSTOMER: A person buying a product or service who is not easy please; someone who cannot not be made happy with the solution that is offered by an employee or company to solve a problem.
>> Even after the owner apologized and returned Mr. Jones' money, he was still a difficult customer.
Q: What does Any customer who makes a partial payment must pay the remaining balance plus a 💲5 late charge the next month mean?
A: @Ri-na If you don't pay in full, you must pay the rest, plus $5 next month.

partial payment = an amount less than the total
remaining balance = money not paid
late charge = penalty for paying late
Q: What does He is so merchant-minded that he is very good at connecting his customers with new items that they need. mean?
A: Hmm. It's not a phrase I've heard before, but I guess it means that his mind is that of a merchant. Like, he has been a merchant for so long, that's the way his mind has permanently become.

Example sentences using "Customer"

Q: Please show me example sentences with customer.
A: The customer complained to the manager about the dirty floors
Q: Please show me example sentences with customers could gain insights of new products or services thank to daily exposure to a wide range of advertisements. Can you give example for this issue?.
A: This is just saying customers will learn of new products or services from the advertisements.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I met a customer this afternoon and then I came back at the company so I felt a little tired.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with we target ______as our customers .
A: we target young adults as our customers
we target college students as our customers
we target older women as our customers
we target seniors as our customers
we target teenagers as our customers
we target children as our customers
we target parents of young children as our customers

Synonyms of "Customer" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between customer and client ?
A: Strictly defined, a customer is someone who buys goods or services from a store or business. The word "client" can also mean "customer," according to the American Heritage Dictionary, but it has a separate definition as someone who receives professional services.
Q: What is the difference between customer and consumer ?
A: For example:
'A customer is looking for the drinks section in the store. Can you help them?'
'A consumer has complained on the phone that a product they bought was faulty.'
In this instance, the consumer is the person who has already bought something and the customer is someone who is just looking. Sometimes consumers can be referred to as customers as they both shop at a store but either way it will most of the time be that consumers have bought the product and customers haven't.
Q: What is the difference between customer and client ?
A: Anybody who pays money for things is a customer.

Clients tend to have a closer relationship with the seller. Lawyers and business people have clients, retail work has customers.

"I didn't like that customer, he was mean."

"I had lunch with my client yesterday."
Q: What is the difference between a regular customer and a preferred customer ?
A: Regular customer is someone who buys something from a business, and preferred customer is someone who gets extra service like extra discount, exclusive promotions, etc. In another word, preferred customer is regular customer with little more something. (:
Q: What is the difference between It was satisfactory when I had called the customer service center. and It was not good when I had called the customer service center. ?
A: @lucky104:
was not good = 良くなかった

was satisfactory = まあまあだった/まずまずだった
(ちょっとだけ良かったのに十分じゃなかったみたいな意味です)

Translations of "Customer"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I’m able to receive customers into the hotel
A: Oh! I see, sorry!

I am skilled at taking care of guests, and making sure their needs are met.
I have great customer service skills.
I always greet guests with a smile, and ensure their needs are met.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (E-mail to customer) 商品が完成次第、アメリカのご自宅にお送りする事も可能です。
A: As soon as the product is completed, it can be sent to your home in the USA.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the customer confirmed that they will accept the order
A: I would say...

"Will" if delivery had not been attempted yet, and "would" if delivery has been attempted.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 40% of customers don't go past the homepage. what "go past" means?
A: It means they don't click onto another part of the website- they look at the homepage and then leave the website
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do i say when customer complaint?
A: Well I would firstly apologize for inconvenience and then ask the attendant what happened. Try and clear up the situation. Customers really appreciate it when you listen. If you feel your employee was out of line then its up to you how you want to them. But if you find that your customer is actually being difficult then you have duty to your staff.

The best thing to do is to stay calm.

Other questions about "Customer"

Q: There was no other customers in the store. does this sound natural?
A: Usually you'd say "There were no other customers in the store."
Your second sentence is grammatically correct but for some reason it sounds a little unnatural to me 😅
Q: a long-term customer (a customer who has been coming to my shop for many years) does this sound natural?
A: That is exactly right! "Make sure you give him a discount -- he's a long-term customer."
Q: Why is it important to study English? As I study English, my customers feel more comfortable on communications when they talk to me. does this sound natural?
A: "Feel more comfortable communicating with me" would probably be how a native speaker would say it
Q: They would like to invite customer to factory tour, so unit appearance is one of the factor for decision. does this sound natural?
A: They would like to invite the/a customer on a factory tour, and so the appearance of the machines has become one of the deciding factors for giving the tour.

I added the/a because it's a "count" noun
I used machines because unit could also refer to staff. Machines sounds less ambiguous. Also based on you sentence in Japanese, I think this word fits better.
'Deciding factor' is a simpler way of saying factor for decision
I added "for giving the tour" to provide clarification on what decision is being made based on the appearance of the machines.
Q: There don't seem many customers there today. does this sound natural?
A: "It doesn't seem like there will be many customers today."

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