call centre couple
 n.— «For instance, the Indian consumer is changing very rapidly. We are seeing the emergence of what I call “call centre couples”—young, college-educated, stressed people. They don’t want their parents living with them, they don’t want to shop at the kirana stores, they speak English all the time… This is a very different middle class from what existed earlier.» —“Good companies, bad karma; Q&A: Jagdish Sheth” by Meenakshi Radhakrishnan-Swami Business Standard (India) June 12, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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