Origin of clienteleFrench clientèle from Classical Latin clientela, relation of patron and client, patronage: see client
The definition of clientele are the customers of a business or professional.
The regulars at a bar are an example of clientele.
- The clients of a professional person or practice considered as a group.
- A body of customers or patrons: a restaurant's clientele.
Origin of clienteleFrench clientèle from Latin clientēla clientship from cliēns client ; see client .
(usually uncountable, plural clienteles)
- Those gowns are perfect because they are based on the designer's famous celebrity clientele (like Kate Hudson and Beyonce), who then in turn wear the looks at the award shows and other red carpet events.
- The company has been in business for more than 21 years and they have built an impressive Internet clientele list during the past nine years, offering clear pictures and descriptions of their products.
- In order to best serve their clientele and provide personalized treatments and tips for each individual skin type, Yon-Ka has established partnerships with professional estheticians around the world.
- Known for its combination of affordability and luxury, Tissot keeps up with the higher-priced "Joneses" by offering its clientele unsurpassed performance wrapped in a package of pure sumptuousness.
- Our professional following is important to us so we will be offering larger sizes of our popular nail treatments to the trade, as well as expanding our display options for their retail clientele.