from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who is employed to sell goods in a store.
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- n. A person employed by a store to sell merchandise, assist customers in finding merchandise, and accepting payment.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a salesperson in a store
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A knowledgeable salesclerk can help you set an appropriate range.
And now let's set things to music, as Glee redeems its messy post-Super Bowl episode with a terrific Valentine's outing, as Puck pursues the plus-sized Lauren "an even bigger badass than me," he exults, Finn tries to woo Quinn back from behind a kissing booth, Kurt helps his unrequited crush Blaine stage a "Gap attack" serenade for a shaggy salesclerk — "Was it too much?"
Bloomberg News A salesclerk counts Japanese yen bank notes.
Watch this happen in your own mind as you meet or talk with a co-worker, salesclerk or family member.
And buying an ebook at the click of a button removes all need for a human salesclerk.
But who can resist Flo, the quirky but likable salesclerk in Progressive Insurance ads who attracts our attention to the tote board of premium comparisons that are really the low-price message of these commercials?
Each salesclerk then makes "hypotheses" about what kinds of products will sell on a given day.
Of twenty-five Crawford films released during the 1930s, she portrayed a salesclerk in only two (Our Blushing Brides and The Women); the record shows that she played a far wider spectrum of characters than is commonly asserted.
I find it bizarre that people think nothing of sharing personal information with the salesclerk who sold them a toaster, but they get all antsy when a census-taker asks their name.
The elderly salesclerk won't eye us with suspicion.