customernoun

  • ja顧客、取引先、得意先
  • ensomeone who buys goods or services

Examples

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How have bookshops reacted to Amazon Kindle?
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Okay, well, I think initially, they were frightened, and they did try and sell e-books.
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But I think what they discovered very quickly is that bookshop customers are coming into bookshops for a very particular reason.
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Their shops, their spaces are very welcoming.
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And people are looking all the time for things to do that are not on screen.
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As a joke, this customer at work who has a crush on me gave me a $20,000 tip.
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His number's on the check.
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He just did it so I'd call.
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Pete Becker, Pete...
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Is this him?
6.
That's Bill Clinton.
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This startup wants to become the Dollar Shave Club of adult diapers.
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Willow makes disposable underwear that holds up to a liter of liquid,
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and is delivered straight to customers' doors in discreet subscription boxes.
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We were trying to make something that, if you would see it, you would never think, "This is a diaper.
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This is something that you should be embarrassed by. This is something you wanna hide."
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Bathroom's being fixed.
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Seriously? I just drank an entire Mega Gulp.
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Ooh, I mega don't care.
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I have customers waiting who bought the drinks here.
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Are you okay?
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Who did this to you?
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Yeah, yeah, yeah, I'm fine.
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I just don't have makeup on, okay?
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I told you. I knew you would do this.
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Oh, but I didn't know.
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How could I have known?
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Who would have known? Oh, it was unknowable.
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Well, at least I saved an hour getting ready.
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Besides, customers can't see me through the phone. Who cares?
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Part of what made Forever 21 popular in the first place was its fast-fashion model.
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Even though its products were always mass-produced,
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they still felt unique because its stores only sold select styles for a limited time.
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However, as the company focused on growing bigger, its styles became more "cookie-cutter."
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As a result, Forever 21 started to lose touch with its core customers,
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while competitors like H&M and Zara rose.
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No longer the trendsetter, Forever 21 became the butt of the joke.
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This town's all about dreams.
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And some of my customers don't just come here for gas.
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What's the password again?
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Dreamland.
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Dreamland.
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I wanna go to Dreamland.
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You get in the car with them.
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Have a drink, maybe.
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And sometimes...
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Sometimes you have to service.
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No, I came here to be a movie star.
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When they lost their CEO last year and brought this new team,
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they really went back and took a good examination of what their customers like today.
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They're younger. They live in urban centers.
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They're not their suburban soccer mom anymore.
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And a lot more diverse, a lot more Hispanic.
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- So they really have to change who they're catering to. - Yeah.
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And they're doing that.
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Hey, hey. Hey, buddy.
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How many times do I have to tell you people, "Bathrooms are for customers only"?
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Hi.
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Are you looking for the next trend in home furnishings?
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Well, look no further.
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Presenting furniture by Big Country Living.
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The hell is that?
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Get out of my store.
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I'm with a customer.