shop definição, shop significado | dicionário de inglês definição

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1    a place, esp. a small building, for the retail sale of goods and services  
2    an act or instance of shopping, esp. household shopping  
the weekly shop     
3    a place for the performance of a specified type of work; workshop  
4    all over the shop  
a    in disarray  
his papers were all over the shop     
b    in every direction  
I've searched for it all over the shop     
5    shut up shop   to close business at the end of the day or permanently  
6    talk shop   to speak about one's work, esp. when meeting socially, sometimes with the effect of excluding those not similarly employed  
      vb   , shops, shopping, shopped  
7    intr; often foll by: for   to visit a shop or shops in search of (goods) with the intention of buying them  
8    tr  
Slang     (chiefly Brit)   to inform on or betray, esp. to the police  
     (Old English sceoppa stall, booth; related to Old High German scopf shed, Middle Dutch schoppe stall)  

betting shop  
      n   (in Britain) a licensed bookmaker's premises not on a racecourse  
body shop  
      n   a place where the bodywork of motor vehicles is built or repaired  
bottle shop  
      n     (Austral. and N.Z.)   a shop or part of a hotel where alcohol is sold in unopened containers for consumption elsewhere,   (Also called)    bottle store  
bucket shop  
1    an unregistered firm of stockbrokers that engages in speculation with clients' funds  
2      (Chiefly Brit)   any small business that cannot be relied upon, esp. one selling cheap airline tickets  
closed shop  
      n   (formerly) an industrial establishment in which there exists a contract between a trade union and the employer permitting the employment of the union's members only  
   Compare       open shop       union shop  
coffee shop  
      n   a shop where coffee is sold or drunk  
cook shop  
1      (Brit)   a shop that sells cookery equipment  
2      (U.S.)   a restaurant  
duty-free shop  
      n   a shop, esp. one at an airport or on board a ship, that sells perfume, tobacco, etc., at duty-free prices  
fish-and-chip shop  
      n   (esp. in Britain) a place where fish and chips are cooked and sold  
in-bond shop  
      n     (Caribbean)   a duty-free shop  
junk shop  
1    a shop selling miscellaneous secondhand goods  
2    Derogatory   a shop selling antiques  
      n     (Brit)      a slang word for       brothel  
machine shop  
      n   a workshop in which machine tools are operated  
medicine shop  
      n   (in Malaysia) a Chinese chemist's shop where traditional herbs are sold as well as modern drugs. It is not, however, a dispensary for prescribed medicines  
open shop  
      n   an establishment in which persons are hired and employed irrespective of their membership or nonmembership of a trade union  
   Compare       closed shop       union shop  
opportunity shop  
      n     (Austral. and N.Z.)   a shop selling second-hand goods for charitable funds,   (Also called)    op-shop  
pop shop  
      n      a slang word for a       pawnshop  
populist shop steward  
      n   a shop steward who operates in a delegate role, putting the immediate interests of his members before union principles and policies  
print shop  
      n   a place in which printing is carried out  
sex shop  
a    a shop selling aids purporting to increase the pleasurableness of sexual activity  
b    a shop selling erotica and pornographic material  
share shop  
      n   a stockbroker, bank, or other financial intermediary that handles the buying and selling of shares for members of the public, esp. during a privatization issue  
shop around  
      vb   intr, adv  
1    to visit a number of shops or stores to compare goods and prices  
2    to consider a number of possibilities before making a choice  
shop assistant  
      n   a person who serves in a shop  
shop floor  
1    the part of a factory housing the machines and men directly involved in production  
a    workers, esp. factory workers organized in a union  
b    (as modifier)  
shop-floor protest     
shop steward  
      n   a coworker elected by trade union members to represent them in discussions and negotiations with the management  
sundry shop  
      n   (in Malaysia) a shop, similar to a delicatessen, that sells predominantly Chinese foodstuffs  
swap shop  
      n   a place or occasion at which articles no longer wanted may be exchanged for other articles  
sweet shop  
      n     (Chiefly Brit)   a shop solely or largely selling sweets, esp. boiled sweets  
talking shop  
Informal   a group or committee that has discussions that never result in action  
tuck shop  
      n     (Chiefly Brit)   a shop, esp. one in or near a school, where food such as cakes and sweets are sold  
union shop  
      n   (formerly) an establishment whose employment policy is governed by a contract between employer and a trade union permitting the employment of nonunion labour only on the condition that such labour joins the union within a specified time period  
   Compare       open shop       closed shop  
      vb   , -shops, -shopping, -shopped   intr   to look at goods in shop windows without buying them  
  window-shopper      n  
  window-shopping      n  
Dicionário de inglês definição  


boutique, emporium, hypermarket, market, mart, store, supermarket  

Dicionário de inglês sinônimos  

shoplift v.
to steal something from a shop or a store during trading hours

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The non-gaming internet shop refers to a place where the game sites are blocked or not installed on all computer units.
a single place where you can find everything you need, usually found in different places
coffee shop used as an office especially using internet connection with your laptop computer
new term coined in 2010, not entered yet as "official"
when a shop is boarded up, it means it is no longer in business and that wooden planks have been nailed over its windows.
one in seven shops in the UK are boarded up
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