consumer
[kənˈsjuːmə]
NOUN
consumers (plural noun)
  1. a person who purchases goods and services for personal use.
    "recession-hit consumers are being lured by cheap prices" ·
    "consumer demand"
    synonyms:
    purchaser · buyer · customer · shopper · user · end user · client · patron · the public · the market · the clientele
    • a person or thing that eats or uses something.
      "Scandinavians are the largest consumers of rye"
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How to use consumer in a sentence?
they improved standards in consultation with consumer representatives.
the consumer has been driving the economy for a number of years.
consumer magazines can be divided into a number of categories.
increased choice will complicate matters for the consumer.
recession-hit consumers are being lured by cheap prices.
Christmas shopping is steeped in consumer ritualism.
they have grown up swaddled in consumer technology.
the city is now part slum, part consumer paradise.
greedy materialists lusting for consumer baubles.
Scandinavians are the largest consumers of rye.
the Chancellor was stoking up a consumer boom.
the consumer watchdog for transport in London.
higher taxes will dampen consumer spending.
changes in the volume of consumer spending.
the rigorous testing of consumer products.
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How to say consumer in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)verbruiker, kliënt
Arabic (NOUN)المستهلك, الاستهلاكية, مستهلك
Bangla ভোক্তা
Bosnian (Latin) potrošač
Bulgarian (NOUN)потребителите, консуматор, лека, битова
Cantonese (Traditional) 消費者
Catalan (NOUN)consumidor
Chinese Simplified 消费者
Chinese Traditional 消費者
Croatian (NOUN)potrošača, široke
Czech (NOUN)spotřebitele, konzument, příjemce, zákazník, odběratel
Danish (NOUN)forbruger
Dutch (NOUN)consument, verbruiker
Estonian (NOUN)tarbija
Fijian saumi
Finnish (NOUN)kuluttaja
French (NOUN)consommateur
German (NOUN)Verbraucher, Konsumenten, Privatanwender
Greek (NOUN)καταναλωτή, των καταναλωτών
Haitian Creole konsomatè
Hebrew (NOUN)הצרכן, לצרכן, צרכן, צרכנים, הצרכנים
Hindi (NOUN)उपभोक्ता
Hmong Daw neeg
Hungarian (NOUN)fogyasztói
Icelandic (NOUN)neytandi, neytenda, Vísitala
Indonesian (NOUN)konsumen
Italian (NOUN)consumatore, dei consumatori
Japanese (NOUN)消費者, コンシューマー, 消費者向け, 消費, 民生用, 民生
Kiswahili (NOUN)walaji, matumizi
Korean (NOUN)소비자, 컨슈머, 소비
Latvian (NOUN)patērētāju, plaša patēriņa
Lithuanian (NOUN)vartotojų, plataus vartojimo, buitinės
Malagasy credit
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)pengguna, konsumer, gunaan
Maltese (NOUN)konsumatur
Norwegian Bokmål forbruker
Persian (NOUN)مصرف کننده, مصرفی, نور, کننده
Polish (NOUN)konsumentów
Portuguese (NOUN)consumidor, dos consumidores
Querétaro Otomi consumidor
Romanian (NOUN)consum
Russian (NOUN)потребителя, едока, прав потребителей, народного потребления, бытовой, получателя, ярмарка, легкой
Samoan faia
Serbian (Cyrillic) Потрошачки
Serbian (Latin) Potrošački
Slovak (NOUN)spotrebiteľa
Slovenian (NOUN)potrošnikov, porabniku
Spanish (NOUN)consumidor
Swedish (NOUN)konsumenten
Tahitian e te faatano
Tamil (NOUN)நுகர்வோர், பாவனையாளர்
Telugu వినియోగదారుల
Thai (NOUN)ผู้ บริโภค
Tongan koloa
Turkish (NOUN)tüketici
Ukrainian (NOUN)споживача, побутова, народного
Urdu (NOUN)کنزیومر, صارف, صارفین
Vietnamese (NOUN)người tiêu dùng, nhẹ
Welsh (NOUN)defnyddwyr, cwsmeriaid, traul, prynwyr
Yucatec Maya consumidor
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