Translation of consumer in Spanish:

consumer

Pronunciation: /kənˈsuːmər; kənˈsjuːmə(r)/

n

  • consumidor, (masculine, feminine) (before noun/delante del nombre) consumer choice (posibilidad (feminine) de) elección (feminine) or opción (feminine) del consumidor consumer confidence confianza (feminine) del consumidor consumer credit crédito (masculine) al consumo consumer demand demanda (feminine) de consumo consumer durables bienes (masculine plural) de consumo duraderos consumer goods artículos (masculine plural) or bienes (masculine plural) de consumo consumer products productos (masculine plural) de consumo consumer protection protección (feminine) al consumidor consumer resistance resistencia (feminine) del consumidor consumer rights derechos (masculine plural) del consumidor consumer research estudio (masculine) de mercado the consumer society la sociedad de consumo consumer spending gasto (masculine) del consumidor or de los consumidores consumer survey encuesta (feminine) sobre consumo
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    • It found that more than half of garages were delivering low standards of service to consumers.
    • This dedicated troupe have done the consumer a huge service by hiking up standards.
    • The consumer culture demands that when we are sick we have medicines to make us well.

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