consumer[ kuh n-soo-mer ]SEE DEFINITION OF consumer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSUMER
From the jobber they go to the grocer, who delivers them to the consumer.
The second has to do with the journey from mill to consumer.
The same can be said of the margins between the wholesaler and the consumer.
The variety has not found favor with either grower or consumer.
He is an employee of somebody, an employer of somebody, and a consumer.
The consumer, after all, is the person most to blame, for he has the power to control all the rest.
Because at a higher price the consumer can't afford to buy it.
To bring most articles to the hands of the consumer should be a simple business.
The consumer is rich in proportion as he buys at a low price.
What on the other side is the immediate interest of the consumer?