client
noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French & Latin; Anglo-French client, from Latin client-, cliens; perhaps akin to Latin clinare to lean — more at lean Date: 14th century 1. one that is under the protection of another ; dependent 2. a. a person who engages the professional advice or services of another <
a lawyer's clients
>
b. customer <
hotel clients
>
c. a person served by or utilizing the services of a social agency <
a welfare client
>
d. a computer in a network that uses the services (as access to files or shared peripherals) provided by a server 3. client stateclientage nouncliental adjectiveclientless adjective

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

Synonyms:
, , / (of counsel), (by counsel)


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  • client — client, cliente [ klijɑ̃, klijɑ̃t ] n. • 1437; lat. cliens, clientis 1 ♦ Antiq. À Rome, Plébéien qui se mettait sous la protection d un patricien appelé patron. ♢ (1538) Vx Personne qui se place sous la protection de qqn. ⇒ protégé. 2 ♦ Mod.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • client — CLIÉNT, Ă, clienţi, e, s.m. şi f. 1. Persoană care cumpără (regulat) de la un magazin, consumă ceva într un local public etc., considerată în raport cu persoana sau întreprinderea de la care cumpără, consumă etc.; muşteriu. 2. Persoană care se… …   Dicționar Român

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  • client — I noun business contact, buyer of labor, cliens, consultor, consumer, customer, employer of legal advice, hirer, offerer, patron, patron of professional servies, patronizer, person employing advice, person represented, person represented by… …   Law dictionary

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  • client — CLIENT, ENTE. s. Celui, celle qui a chargé de sa cause un Avocat. Il ne se dit proprement que des Parties à l égard de leurs Avocats, et quelquefois des Parties à l égard de leurs Juges. Bon client. C est mon client. Je suis sa cliente. La salle… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • client — client, e n. Ne pas être client, ne pas être disposé à effectuer un acte désavantageux ou désagréable : Vingt bornes à pince ? Merci, je ne suis pas client …   Dictionnaire du Français argotique et populaire

  • client — CLIENT, [cli]ente. s. Celuy ou celle qui a chargé de sa cause un Avocat. Il ne se dit proprement que des parties à l égard de leurs Avocats, mais quelquefois des parties à l égard de leurs Juges, Bon client. c est mon client. je suis sa cliente.… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

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