clientnoun

  • ja客、顧客、得意[取引]先
  • ena person who uses the services or advice of a professional person or organization

Examples

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Mute
1.
I'll see your situation and I'll raise you a situation.
2.
Your company is losing clients left and right.
3.
You have a stockholder meeting coming up.
4.
And you are going to have to explain to them why your most profitable branch is bleeding.
5.
So they may be looking for a little change in the CFO.
6.
So I don't think I need to wait out Dunder Mifflin.
7.
I think I just have to wait out you.
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Mute
1.
I have an enormous crush on you.
2.
But because you're a client, I can't ask you out even though you give me the feelings.
3.
Wow, I had no idea.
4.
But hey, I can always find another masseuse.
5.
Really?
6.
Yeah, really.
7.
What?
8.
Suddenly, I'm very aware that I'm naked.
9.
Okay, quiet down.
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Mute
1.
This is Mr. Buddy Boyle, Heckles' attorney.
2.
He'd like to talk to you.
3.
Okay, what can we do for you?
4.
Alright, kids.
5.
Here's the deal.
6.
According to my client's will,
7.
he wants to leave all his earthly possessions to the "noisy girls in the apartment above mine."
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Mute
1.
I want $10 million a year for the rest of my life.
3.
You think that your client, one of the wealthiest, most powerful man in the world,
4.
is secretly a vigilante who spends his nights beating criminals to a pulp with his bare hands.
5.
And your plan is to blackmail this person?
6.
Good luck.
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Mute
1.
There is no way I will resign.
2.
It wouldn't be fair.
3.
Not to the good workers I work with,
4.
not to my clients,
5.
and especially not to me.