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saleslady
American English: /ˈseɪlzˌleɪdi/
British English: /ˈseɪlzleɪdi/

Translation of saleslady in Spanish:

noun plural -ladies

  • vendedora (feminine)
    dependienta (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • My Aunt Dot was donating two days a week as a saleslady at the United Nations Gift Shop, which was a charity enterprise that sold globes and flags and little sculptures that you'd never want in your house.
    • The oh-so-helpful saleslady measured my feet.
    • The smothering saleslady held the dress up to me.

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