One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘businesses need to think up new ways of attracting customers’
shopper, consumer, buyer, purchaser
regular, frequenter, habitué
clientele, patronage, business, trade
British informal punter
2‘he's a tough customer—a man to be reckoned with’
person, individual, creature, fellow, man, woman
sort, type, fella, cookie, bunny, critter
British bloke, chap, bod, geezer, gent
North American guy, gal, dame, dude, hombre
British vulgar slang sod, bugger
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