In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(expression) satisfecho(smile) de satisfacciónhe gave a satisfied chuckle — soltó una risita de satisfacción
- another satisfied customer — otro cliente satisfecho
- (to be) satisfied with sb/sth — (estar) satisfecho con algn/algo
- if you are not totally satisfied with your purchase … — si no queda plenamente satisfecho con su compra …
- you'll have to be satisfied with what you've got — tendrás que conformarte con lo que tienes
- they seem perfectly satisfied just to sit and watch — parece que se contentan con sentarse y mirar
- she's never satisfied — nunca se queda contenta / está satisfecha
- I won't be satisfied until every problem has been solved — no me daré por satisfecho hasta que (no) se hayan resuelto todos los problemas
- Consequently, the garage we worked at had many long standing, satisfied customers and more work than we could cope with.
- Ray seemed far from satisfied with the answer he had just received.
- Patrick gave me a satisfied nod, and then changed the subject of our conversation.
- Get letters from satisfied customers and post them on your site.
- She seemed quite satisfied and proud of herself for some reason.
- She studied him several seconds before giving a satisfied nod.
- Nothing generates great word of mouth like a satisfied customer.
- Having a satisfied customer tell others how great your business is can reap tremendous rewards.
- The company also added that they served thousands of satisfied customers every year.
- He nodded as if satisfied with his answer or perhaps with his work and stacked the remaining papers neatly on the desk.
- Salesmen love repeat business from satisfied customers, because it's all pay and no work!
- Snickering, he hid a satisfied smile and nodded in reply.
- The best way to show your prospective customers what you can do for them is through testimonials from satisfied customers.
- A satisfied and happy customer will tell two of his or her friends, while a dissatisfied and unhappy customer will tell 10.
- Mack swallowed the alcohol with a satisfied gulp before nodding.
- If satisfied with their findings, the family will then consult an astrologer to set a date.
- With a satisfied nod, I returned to my bed to sleep some more.
- Many companies regard satisfied customers as their best form of advertising.
- Don't make a scene, but the hairdresser, owner or manager needs to know you're not a satisfied customer.
- It's a food that can leave us full, satisfied and happy.
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