client

  • 1 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.… …

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  • 2 Client — Основная информация Жанр Электроклэш …

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  • 3 Client — Datos generales Origen …

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  • 4 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

  • 5 Client — may refer to: Customer, someone who purchases or hires something from someone else Client (computing), software that accesses a remote service on another computer The client (Latin cliens) who received patronage in ancient Rome Client (band), a… …

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  • 6 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

  • 7 Client — Cli ent, n. [L. cliens, emtis, for cluens, one who hears (in relation to his protector), a client, fr. L. cluere to be named or called; akin to Gr. ? to hear, Skr. [,c]ry, and E. loud: cf. F. client. See {Loud}.] 1. (Rom. Antiq.) A citizen who… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 8 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

  • 9 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

  • 10 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

  • 11 client — Client, Qui s est donné en la tutelle et protection de quelque grand seigneur, lequel prend sa defense en toutes choses honnestes à l encontre de tous: et pareillement en tous affaires qu il a, il a aide et secours de ce client, Cliens clientis.… …

    Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • 12 client — [klī′ənt] n. [OFr < L cliens, follower, retainer < IE base * klei , to lean, as in L clinare (see INCLINE); basic sense, “one leaning on another (for protection)”] 1. Archaic a person dependent on another, as for protection or patronage 2.… …

    English World dictionary

  • 13 Client — Client, 1) im alten Rom ein Halbfreier, welcher zu einem Freien (Civis), zu dessen Geschlecht (Gens) er gehörte, in strengem Abhängigkeitsverhältniß, Clientel, stand. Der Herr des C. hieß Patronus. Die C en bildeten nicht eine Masse gegenüber den …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 14 Client — Client, früher Abhängiger von einem Höheren, der ihm hinwieder Schutz gab, u. ihn auch vor Gericht vertrat. Bei den Germanen waren dies die Hörigen, Liten des Mund und Schutzherrn; bei den Römern, Galliern und Britten die C.en des Patrons; bei… …

    Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • 15 client — late 14c., from Anglo Fr. clyent (c.1300), from L. clientem (nom. cliens) follower, retainer, perhaps a variant of prp. of cluere listen, follow, obey (see LISTEN (Cf. listen)); or, more likely, from clinare to incline, bend, from suffixed form… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 16 client — /ˈklajent, ingl. ˈklaɪ(J)nt/ [vc. ingl. propr. «cliente»] s. m. inv. CFR. server (ingl.) …

    Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • 17 client — has extended its range of use dramatically in recent years. It means, essentially, ‘someone who buys the services of a professional person’, such as a lawyer or accountant; and a prostitute traditionally has clients. Someone who buys something… …

    Modern English usage

  • 18 client — [n] customer applicant, believer, buyer, chump, consumer, dependent, disciple, follower, front, habitué, head, mark, patient, patron, protégé, protégée, purchaser, shopper, walk in, ward; concept 348 Ant. manager, owner …

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  • 19 client — ► NOUN ▪ a person using the services of a professional person or organization. ORIGIN originally denoting a person under the protection and patronage of another: from Latin cliens, from cluere hear or obey …

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  • 20 client — Any person who has entered into an arrangement with a Euroclear group ( I)CSD in order to receive Business Services through one or more Parties in one or more Business Roles. Euroclear Clearing and Settlement glossary * * * client cli‧ent… …

    Financial and business terms