|wealthy customers||carriage trade|
|(died 546 BC) last king of Lydia who was known for his great wealth ; man who is very rich, wealthy man||Croesus|
|(Informal) wealthy or fashionable famous people who are considered as a group; fashionable celebrities, glamorous people||glitterati|
|A collection and processing service provided to firms by banks, which collect payments from a dedicated postal box that the firm directs its customers to send payment to. The banks make several collections per day, process the payments immediately, and...||Lockbox|
|able to be folded over, act of turning over; number of people coming in and leaving (e.g. employees and customers); gross revenues, total business done; rate of selling or producing; change, reversal; kind of pastry, amount of business, change in emplo...||turnover|
|activity, tumult, bustle, deal with something fast, engage in small-time illegal deals, hurry, initiative, noisy activity, play sport aggressively, propel, racket or swindle, sell something aggressively, solicit customers in shady deals, work quickly; ...||hustle|
|affluent, wealthy, having a large fortune; fancy, luxurious; full, having an abundance of; deep, vivid, strong, costly and fine, fertile, plentiful, productive, see also:riches, strong and smooth-flavored, strongly colored, unlikely, wealthy people, pe...||rich|
|aggressive seller, attract customers, offer or advertise something, one who aggressively solicits business; one who scouts race horses in training in order to gain information to aid betting (British); ticket scalper, one who sells tickets for a price ...||tout|
|American corporation headquartered in Pennsylvania, producer of computer hardware and software, provider of computer services to government and business customers||Unisys|
|AMT; A federal tax aimed at ensuring that wealthy individuals, estates, trusts , and corporations pay a minimal level income tax . For individuals, the AMT is calculated by adding adjusted gross income to tax preference items .||Alternative Minimum Tax|
|An individual who is paid a commission for executing customer orders. Either a floor broker who executes orders on the floor of the exchange, or an upstairs broker who handles retail customers and their orders. Person who acts as an intermediary betwee...||Broker|
|area of business or industry, business publication, business; commerce; barter; occupation, buy and sell goods, buying and selling, commercial customers, commercial; of commerce, deal, deal in something, transact, buy and sell; barter, exchange; purcha...||trade|
|Asynchronous Transfer Mode; protocol for high-speed data transfer (Computers), at the moment; right now, at the present time (Internet Slang), automated teller machine, Automatic Teller Machine; cash machine, computerized bank machine where customers c...||ATM|
|be generally inclined or likely, be in charge of something, be inclined, be disposed; care for, watch over; nurse; service customers, give attention to somebody or something, move gradually or slightly toward something, serve somebody, take care of som...||tend|
|be shill, one who poses as a customer in order to lure other customers (in gambling houses, games of chance, etc.), pretended customer or gambler, promote as shill, self-interested promoter||shill|
|book stand in church, counter offering service to customers, department of organization, of a desk, piece of furniture which serves as a place to write (read, study, etc.), stand for supporting music, table used for work||desk|
|broker, one who buys and sells stocks for customers in return for a commission||stockbroker|
|business department dealing with customers||customer service|
|business relaying phone messages to customers||answering service|
|business serving customers while in cars||drive-in|
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