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[きゃく()··]
okyakusan
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

[()·きゃく()··]
okyakusan

Root Words:

[お + きゃく() + さん]
o + kyaku + san

English Meaning(s) for お客さん

noun
  1. guest; visitor
  2. customer; client; shopper; spectator; audience; tourist; sightseer; passenger

Definition and Synonyms for お客さん

Company a social gathering of guests or companions
Synonyms: , , お客さん, 客人, 客賓, 来客
Caller a social or business visitor
Synonyms: , , お客さん, 客人, 客賓, 来客, 来者, 訪客
Client someone who pays for goods or services
Synonyms: カスタマー, クライアント, 依頼人, 依頼者, 取引先, , , お客さん, お客様, 客筋, 客賓, 得意, 得意先, 得意客, 施主, 買い手, 贔屓, 顧客
Invitee a visitor to whom hospitality is extended
Synonyms: ゲスト, , , お客さん, 客人, 客分, お客様, 客賓, 招待客, 来賓, 訪客, 賓客, 過客
Visitant someone who visits
Synonyms: ビジター, , , お客さん, 客人, お客様, 客賓, 来客, 来者, 来観者, 来訪者, 来遊者, 見舞い客, 観光客, 訪問客, 訪問者, 訪客, 賓客

Meanings for each kanji in お客さん

guest; visitor; customer; client Kanji Details »

Categories お客さん is a member of

Social Gathering a gathering for the purpose of promoting fellowship
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Consumer a person who uses goods or services
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Traveler a person who changes location
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Visitant someone who visits
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Sample Sentences for お客さん

Whenever Beth's parents have guests, she wants to join their adult talk.
Take it to the men in Room 318.
I'm going to meet a customer in his office today.
But I have an appointment with my client tomorrow.
Our company has many clients from abroad.

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