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yíng yè yuán
n. shop assistant
Discussion of 营业员/營業員
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What is the proper way to address a 营业员 (yíngyèyuán) in Chinese?
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The proper way to address a 营业员 (yíngyèyuán) in Chinese is to use the polite form of address, 尊敬的 (zūnjìng de). This is the equivalent of saying "respected" or "honorable" in English. It is also common to use the title 先生 (xiānsheng) or 女士 (nǚshì) when addressing a shop assistant.
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