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[ US /ˈseɪɫzˌpɝsən/ ]
[ UK /sˈe‍ɪlspəsən/ ]
  1. a person employed to represent a business and to sell its merchandise (as to customers in a store or to customers who are visited)
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How To Use salesperson In A Sentence

  • Their main function is to act like an annoying salesperson who wouldn't take no for an answer.
  • We need to hire a top-flight salesperson.
  • This story began when Rosemary chucked in her long-time job as a salesperson to join two others in founding GK Pride.
  • We're all just cogs in the machine - - the shopper, the salesperson, the merchandiser, and even the stockholder depending on them.
  • The salesperson's identity, perhaps, could be used as the key to draw in any supplementary material and customer details could be populated from their name alone.
  • Ask the store manager or salesperson for specific instructions.
  • Among the six women employed in wage jobs who were not working as domestic servants there was a cleaner, a clerk, a salesperson, a packer, a tea person, and a gardener.
  • I have an acquaintance who is a top salesperson in his company, earning a rather large income. The Guide to Greatness in Sales
  • These small things set you apart from the average salesperson. The Guide to Greatness in Sales
  • A good salesperson loves to talk about the positives of his company. The Guide to Greatness in Sales
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