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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of franchisees

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of franchisees:

Derived Form of franchisees

root word: franchise
third person: franchises
past: franchised
past participle: franchised
present participle: franchising
Verb: franchise
grant a franchise to
Type ofcertifies, licences, licenses,

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  1. under the control of franchisees - like his international ventures - will stay open.
  2. But the thing that really makes the gang seem like McDonald's is its franchisees.
  3. you came with me with the proposition that we could actually own our own and be franchisees of a couple cities in America and
  4. So franchisees really have no say-so
  5. in where the other franchisees are going to open.
  6. Taylor: When franchisees' sales are kind of slipping,
  7. franchisees I said I'm not here to
  8. Franchisees pay about 8-15% of their revenue as rent to McDonalds, who makes money whether
  9. Independent Organization of Little Caesar Franchisees, put it this way:
  10. But many franchisees just see The Dollar Menu as a way to lose money.
  11. selling off company owned stores to franchisees.
  12. passes off some of the risks and some of the costs on the franchisees
  13. 93 percent Taco Bell's in the U.S. are franchised, meaning they're owned and operated by franchisees.
  14. Taco Bell Corporation helps these franchisees in many ways including marketing and product development.
  15. The restaurants grew out of a management dispute with a number of local Wendys franchisees,
  16. Franchisees seem to think leadership is the problem.
  17. Fights between Tim Horton franchisees and Restaurant Brands International have gotten
  18. franchisees out of stores.
  19. a process that franchisees usually have to help pay for.
  20. The company has spent millions trying to prop up suffering franchisees and clean up its