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1(sector)sector (de) servicios masculinebefore noun service-industry company — empresa de servicios feminine
- Yet as a service industry it has encompassed a minority side that did not lose all its connections with the wider economic landscape and the human impact of social change.
- One of the earliest lessons I learnt in 40 years in a service industry was to keep the customer informed.
- It's rare in a service industry to be able to create something so tangible and enduring.
- It's like the staff believe they are in a service industry.
2(company)empresa de servicios feminine
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