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salesclerk

Syllabification: sales·clerk
Pronunciation: /ˈsālzklərk
 
/
(also sales clerk)

Definition of salesclerk in English:

noun

North American
An assistant who sells goods in a retail store.
Example sentences
  • Learn to say ‘no’ to your kids, relatives, spouse, sales clerks, and marketers - and mean it.
  • The retailer will have Wi-Fi enabled sales clerks who can check inventory while standing right by the customer.
  • This trend had begun earlier when department stores employed young women as sales clerks, but it expanded significantly after the turn of the century, and extended increasingly to male workers in large stores and corporate offices.

Words that rhyme with salesclerk

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