Traducción de consumer en Español:

consumer

consumidor, n.

Pronunciación /kənˈsumər//kənˈsjuːmə/

nombre

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    consumidor masculino
    consumidora femenino
    before noun consumer choice posibilidad de opción del consumidor femenino
    • consumer confidence confianza del consumidor
    • consumer credit crédito al consumo
    • consumer demand demanda de consumo
    • consumer protection protección al consumidor
    • consumer resistance resistencia del consumidor
    • the consumer society la sociedad de consumo
    • consumer spending gasto del consumidor / de los consumidores
    • consumer survey encuesta sobre consumo
    • The consumer culture demands that when we are sick we have medicines to make us well.
    • Last year it undertook a detailed study of the demands of the ethical consumer.
    • This dedicated troupe have done the consumer a huge service by hiking up standards.
    • Trade in wildlife is driven by consumer demand, so when the buying stops, the killing will too.
    • It is, of course, too early for changes in house prices to affect consumers ' daily purchases.
    • The job of businessmen is to stay on guard as far as consumers ' demands are concerned.
    • If the results of such trials are favourable, consumers are likely to demand this procedure.
    • The analysts reckon consumer demand for laptops and notepads was behind the modest upturn.
    • It found that more than half of garages were delivering low standards of service to consumers.
    • On consumer demand in general, growth is coming off the boil in the major economies.
    • There has also been a slowdown in service sector growth and consumer borrowing.
    • What better way to express one's rights as a consumer than to purchase a useless item?
    • Which is an achievement in itself in this age of appalling service given to British consumers.
    • The demand for a product is the sum of the demand of individual consumers.
    • You have to make every interaction with consumers personal and highly human.
    • Third, almost all consumers purchase coffee on the basis of price, not on the basis of how it is produced.
    • First of all, consumers will demand less of the imported goods as they now have to pay a higher price.
    • The guidelines are also likely to try to cut off demand by telling consumers how to shop.
    • And consumer demand is as strong now as it has been any time in the last century or two.
    • If you need help with a consumer problem please contact York Consumer Advice Service.