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Verb(1) assume sponsorship of(2) do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of(3) treat condescendingly(4) be a regular customer or client of
(1) They run the neighborhood restaurants, bicycle stores, and flower shops you patronize .(2) ├ö├ç├┐Such food festivals are popular because those who regularly patronize the restaurant, appreciate a change in the menu,├ö├ç├û he added.(3) Nobody is forcing shoppers to patronize grocery stores that offer discount cards.(4) Members create, finance and patronize the cooperative.(5) Some customers patronize the store every two or three months; some of the very top spenders come in three to five times a week.(6) If employees don't patronize the stores, then it's difficult to see how they can expect customers to do so.(7) People who do not travel into cities to work are much less likely to patronize restaurants, theatres and shops.(8) This is a great time to patronize your local shops, too, they'll be liquidating as well.(9) Do locals not have rights to patronize establishments in their own country?(10) Sponsorships like these keep the store's name firmly in the minds of local bowhunters and motivate them to patronize the store.(11) He said two types of consumers patronize dollar stores.(12) In the ad, a father tries to explain to his son why no customers patronize the family restaurant, which mainly sells pork meat-ball soup.(13) They also proved quite cultured, patronising art and architecture and encouraging literary pursuits.(14) And, of course, avoid anyone who is patronizing or condescending.(15) They falsely pretend to be impartial and independent, or patronisingly portray themselves to be the same as ordinary people.(16) All are born aristocrats, and their bearing is dignified, even though at times it is also a tiny bit arrogant and patronizing .
1. treat condescendingly ::
2. do business with ::
gwneud busnes â
3. sponsor ::
4. condescend ::
5. support ::
Different Formspatronize, patronized, patronizes, patronizing
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