salesclerk

[seylz-klurk]
noun
a person who sells goods in a store.

Origin:
1930–35; sales + clerk

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salesclerk (ˈseɪlzˌklɜːrk)
 
n
(US), (Canadian) Sometimes shortened to: clerk a shop assistant

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Example sentences
The salesclerk warned that bamboo would want full sun.
To be sure, ask a salesclerk or the manager to show you any relevant signs and
  to explain the policy to you.
If you were overcharged, report it to the salesclerk right away.
If the salesclerk can't help you, ask to speak to a manager.
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