Definition of 'shop'
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This exclusive top is not available in shops. The Sun (2010)The rest came from old buildings or antique shops. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Yet he will only think about shutting up shop in the final ten minutes tonight. The Sun (2016)We often go shopping before our night out to get ourselves new outfits. The Sun (2014)They just want to shop or spend all their money on clubs. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Their charges and their profits are going up and up and my advice is to shop elsewhere. The Sun (2009)Your mum worked in a shop and your stepdad was a lorry driver. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Will anyone be doing the humdrum business of minding the shop? Times, Sunday Times (2016)They do not care about shops and small businesses like mine. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Why does shopping always bring out the worst in people? Times, Sunday Times (2014)We go shopping sometimes and people come up to her asking for autographs and that surprises me. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Where do you do your local food shop? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Do a weekly shop and plan meals in advance. The Sun (2015)The centre has grand buildings and good shops. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We are not coming here to shut up shop. The Sun (2008)Now we can buy things from shops. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The rapid tone changes often resembled a shopping list of styles from other series. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But annoying if you are just shopping. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The advice is to shop around. The Sun (2008)The originals of these were displayed in my father 's shop to coincide with the publication. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The sculpture will be unveiled next month, on land that is part of the shopping centre. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The proportion of vacant shops available because of administrations remained stable at 3.3 per cent. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The lessons she learned at her father 's shop served her countrymen very well. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'shop'
British English: shop /ʃɒp/ NOUN
A shop is a building or part of a building where things are sold.
She runs her own antiques shop.
- American English: store
- Arabic: مَحَلّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: loja
- Chinese: 商店
- Croatian: trgovina
- Czech: obchod prodejna
- Danish: butik
- Dutch: winkel
- European Spanish: tienda
- Finnish: kauppa
- French: magasin boutique
- German: Laden
- Greek: κατάστημα
- Italian: negozio
- Japanese: 店
- Korean: 상점
- Norwegian: butikk
- Polish: sklep
- European Portuguese: loja
- Romanian: magazin
- Russian: магазин
- Latin American Spanish: tienda
- Swedish: affär butik
- Thai: ร้าน
- Turkish: dükkan/mağaza
- Ukrainian: магазин
- Vietnamese: cửa hàng
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