パトロン, 顧客, 引手, 試筋, 初代, 恩人, 鼻祖, 消費者, 保護者, 支持者, 引き手
Noun(1) a regular customer(2) the proprietor of an inn(3) someone who supports or champions something
(1) A typical patrician noble, he saw his world in terms of personal ambition, Roman patriotism, family loyalty, and patron -client relationships.(2) Charles became a patron of Rubens and van Dyck(3) They are the most obvious sign that hospitality helped to articulate the patron /client relations that permeated Roman society.(4) Isn't it embarrassing to be in a restaurant where a patron is yelling at the waiter?(5) What is needed is a patron who understands and supports the substance of the projects and the one-time opportunity they represent.(6) He needed a patron to protect his new found freedom and often looked to his former master to champion him.(7) a celebrated patron of the arts(8) Sometimes the new feudal lord was welcomed as a patron and protector.(9) It was a solemn farewell to a great patron of the arts and a doughty supporter of Scottish causes.(10) Here those favoring the wealthy are following social convention and may even see themselves securing the benefaction of the patron for the church.(11) In ancient Rome clients were plebeians who were bound in a subservient relationship with their patrician patron .(12) However, such an explanation does not account for the evidence that there were few patrons in the shop.(13) Police forced restaurant patrons to leave immediately.(14) The organisers are deeply grateful for the support of patrons over the past months.(15) Someone called the local press, and the dining patrons emptied from the restaurant to watch the rescue attempt.(16) She returned the embrace gratefully, not caring about any of the other restaurant patrons .
(1) patron saint :: 守護聖人
1. sponsor ::
2. customer ::
patron, patroness, patronesses, patrons
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A very wealthy PATRON,
he offered me a tremendous amount of money
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 2
Tell me, was my brother's body even cold
before you secured your newest PATRON?
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 4
PATRON saint of
Mexican drug dealers.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 7
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