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Spanish translation: Composición de la clientela

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05:15 Mar 26, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Client mix
This is included in a marketing case.
Valeria Vitale
Argentina
Local time: 06:55
Spanish translation:Composición de la clientela
Explanation:
Del ENCARTA WORLD ENGLISH DICTIONARY.mix [miks ] verb (past mixed, past participle mixed, present participle mix·ing, 3rd person present singular mix·es)

1. transitive verb combine ingredients: to combine ingredients by putting them together or blending them to make a single new substance Mix the flour and dried fruit together.

2. intransitive verb be combined: to become combined, or be capable of becoming combined Oil and water don't mix.

3. transitive and intransitive verb make something by combining: to form or create something by combining separate ingredients Would you mix me a cocktail?

4. transitive verb add something extra: to add something as an extra or later ingredient Mix the fruit into the batter.

5. transitive verb combine things: to do something at the same time as something else, or to arrange things next to or alongside each other able to mix business with pleasure

6. intransitive verb go together: to go well together Reds and greens just don't mix.

7. intransitive verb meet people: to meet other people socially, or enjoy being with other people in social situations

8. transitive verb consume things together: to consume different drinks or foods on a single occasion

9. transitive and intransitive verb RECORDING blend musical sounds: to adjust and blend sounds from prerecorded tracks or live performers to create the desired combination of musical sounds. The process is done either by using a mixing deck or a multitrack tape machine.

10. transitive verb BIOLOGY crossbreed plants or animals: to breed one variety of a plant or animal with a different variety in order to create a new variety

noun (plural mix·es)

1. act of mixing something: an act of mixing something, or an occasion on which it is done Give all the ingredients a good mix.

2. combination: a combination or blend of things There's an intriguing mix of styles on her latest CD.

3. substance used to prepare something: a substance, especially a number of dried ingredients in powder form, from which something is prepared cake mix

4. RECORDING musical blend: a balanced blend of live or prerecorded musical sound He thinks the drums are too low in the mix.



[15th century. Formed from mixed .]

mix·a·ble adjective


Encarta® World English Dictionary [North American Edition] © & (P) 2001 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
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saludos, :)

BD

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Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
United States
Local time: 02:55
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Summary of answers provided
naComposición de la clientela
Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
nacomposición de clientes
Gonzalo Tutusaus
navariedad de clientesxxxtrans4u


  

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47 mins
variedad de clientes


Explanation:
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    Velazquez Spanish-English Dictionary.
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3 hrs
composición de clientes


Explanation:
La palabra "mix" es bastante utilizada en español, con lo que "mix de clientes" es una posible opción (ver vínculo 1).

No obstante yo me decantaría por "composición de clientes" (ver vínculo 2), término que se refiere a una relación de los tipos de clientes que componen la cartera de clientes de una empresa.

Un saludo


    Reference: http://www.consultor.cl/noticia8.htm
    Reference: http://www.laempresa.net/noticias/2000/0005/20000514_07.htm
Gonzalo Tutusaus
Netherlands
Local time: 10:55
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4 hrs
Composición de la clientela


Explanation:
Del ENCARTA WORLD ENGLISH DICTIONARY.mix [miks ] verb (past mixed, past participle mixed, present participle mix·ing, 3rd person present singular mix·es)

1. transitive verb combine ingredients: to combine ingredients by putting them together or blending them to make a single new substance Mix the flour and dried fruit together.

2. intransitive verb be combined: to become combined, or be capable of becoming combined Oil and water don't mix.

3. transitive and intransitive verb make something by combining: to form or create something by combining separate ingredients Would you mix me a cocktail?

4. transitive verb add something extra: to add something as an extra or later ingredient Mix the fruit into the batter.

5. transitive verb combine things: to do something at the same time as something else, or to arrange things next to or alongside each other able to mix business with pleasure

6. intransitive verb go together: to go well together Reds and greens just don't mix.

7. intransitive verb meet people: to meet other people socially, or enjoy being with other people in social situations

8. transitive verb consume things together: to consume different drinks or foods on a single occasion

9. transitive and intransitive verb RECORDING blend musical sounds: to adjust and blend sounds from prerecorded tracks or live performers to create the desired combination of musical sounds. The process is done either by using a mixing deck or a multitrack tape machine.

10. transitive verb BIOLOGY crossbreed plants or animals: to breed one variety of a plant or animal with a different variety in order to create a new variety

noun (plural mix·es)

1. act of mixing something: an act of mixing something, or an occasion on which it is done Give all the ingredients a good mix.

2. combination: a combination or blend of things There's an intriguing mix of styles on her latest CD.

3. substance used to prepare something: a substance, especially a number of dried ingredients in powder form, from which something is prepared cake mix

4. RECORDING musical blend: a balanced blend of live or prerecorded musical sound He thinks the drums are too low in the mix.



[15th century. Formed from mixed .]

mix·a·ble adjective


Encarta® World English Dictionary [North American Edition] © & (P) 2001 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Developed for Microsoft

saludos, :)

BD



Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
United States
Local time: 02:55
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