Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having clients.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective rare Supplied with clients.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Supplied with clients.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

client +‎ -ed

Examples

  • They are often itinerant, many-cliented workers who come into the organization for a brief whiile, and not exclusively or sometimes even wholeheartedly, as they have many other clients.

    A Consultant Explosion

  • Crunch Time: After realizing that he'll never convince his bosses that the vendor delivered is what the cliented wanted, the customer gathers two or three of his key people to "work out some issues" with the code.

    Hennessy's View

  • Crunch Time: After realizing that he'll never convince his bosses that the vendor delivered is what the cliented wanted, the customer gathers two or three of his key people to "work out some issues" with the code.

    Hennessy's View

  • Crunch Time: After realizing that he'll never convince his bosses that the vendor delivered is what the cliented wanted, the customer gathers two or three of his key people to "work out some issues" with the code.

    Hennessy's View

  • Crunch Time: After realizing that he'll never convince his bosses that the vendor delivered is what the cliented wanted, the customer gathers two or three of his key people to "work out some issues" with the code.

    Hennessy's View

  • Crunch Time: After realizing that he'll never convince his bosses that the vendor delivered is what the cliented wanted, the customer gathers two or three of his key people to "work out some issues" with the code.

    Hennessy's View

  • Crunch Time: After realizing that he'll never convince his bosses that the vendor delivered is what the cliented wanted, the customer gathers two or three of his key people to "work out some issues" with the code.

    Hennessy's View

  • Crunch Time: After realizing that he'll never convince his bosses that the vendor delivered is what the cliented wanted, the customer gathers two or three of his key people to "work out some issues" with the code.

    Hennessy's View

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.