Meaning: tr
müşteri, müdavim; patron
I don't like your patronising tone.
In Mexico, most small towns have a patron saint whose feast day is celebrated with great fanfare.
We have enough bathrooms that we can provide facilities that give every patron one of three options: men, women, or gender-neutral.
You're patronizing.
Tom had hoped business would improve once the weather warmed and patrons could sit outside the restaurant.
Many bars, clubs and liquor stores, particularly in college towns, require all patrons to show proof of identification, regardless of age.
The Jim Crow laws, which were in effect from the 1880s to the 1960s, were state and local mandates that enforced racial segregation in the American South. The most common types of these laws outlawed intermarriage and required businesses and public institutions to separate their black and white patrons.
I find just the memory of his overly polite patronizing manner really offensive.
He's been a patron of this store for many years.
Do not patronize me.
Added on 2015-06-18 | by m1gin | View: 431

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