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    steady client

    Can we say "steady client" for "regular customer" or just "regular"?

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    Re: steady client

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    Can we say "steady client" for "regular customer" or just "regular"?
    'Regular' means 'regular customer' in this context, so yes, they all mean the same. But you can't call a 'steady client' a 'steady'.

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    Re: steady client

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    'Regular' means 'regular customer' in this context, so yes, they all mean the same. But you can't call a 'steady client' a 'steady'.
    Are they both quite often used in conversation?

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    Re: steady client

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    Are they both quite often used in conversation?
    More or less.

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