To trade with
habituate, buy from, purchase from, shop with; see buy 1, sell 1.
To assume a condescending attitude
talk down to, be overbearing, stoop, be gracious to, indulge, favor, pat on the back, play the snob, snub, lord it over; see also condescend.
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To act as a patron to:
To treat in a superciliously indulgent manner:
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