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clientele

[ klahy-uhn-tel, klee-ahn- ]

noun

  1. the clients or customers, as of a professional person or shop, considered collectively; a group or body of clients:

    This jewelry store has a wealthy clientele.

  2. dependents or followers.


clientele

/ ˌkliːɒnˈtɛl; ˈklaɪəntɪdʒ /

noun

  1. customers or clients collectively


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Word History and Origins

Origin of clientele1

1555–65; < Latin clientēla, equivalent to client- ( client ) + -ēla collective noun suffix; clientele ( def 1 ) probably < French clientèle < Latin
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Word History and Origins

Origin of clientele1

C16: from Latin clientēla, from cliēns client
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Example Sentences

When Chijioke Dozie, the CEO, spoke to TechCrunch in 2019, he cited recruitment purposes and clientele trust as reasons why the company made its financials public — an exercise it has done every second quarter for two years.

Nobody has taken off with any more of her miniature clientele.

For restaurants and many businesses, it’s been a constant rollercoaster amid a perpetual drop in clientele.

Typically, the clientele of businesses along San Ysidro Boulevard are made up of about 95 percent of people from Mexico, the majority of whom have tourist visas, Wells said.

Now that SpaceX has a proven track record of flying astronauts into space, it’s eager to expand its clientele.

With this sophisticated tone set, the shop opened and developed a clientele.

Out of her large clientele of professors, lawyers, and CEOs, “professors are the kinkiest,” she said of her experience.

Over time, the clientele began to shift and their cargo needs evolved.

Wisely, we did, and then made for a small café that served a clientele of recently stranded refugees.

The clientele enjoy participating in the affluent ambiance that the music projects.

But your fashionable doctor's clientele, oh sublime Jenkins, consists of that very thing alone.

You cannot be long in its rich little lobby without overhearing struck the high note of its distinctive clientele.

In that it is certainly rough, and is not calculated to favourably impress the more critical of our clientele.

I rather wonder Win or Martha didn't go over and drive away my too-eager clientele.

Here he had slowly collected a clientele of butcher boys, shop girls, drug clerks, and car conductors.

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