[ US /ˈʃɑp/ ]
[ UK /ʃˈɒp/ ]
  1. do one's shopping
    She goes shopping every Friday
  2. do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of
  3. give away information about somebody
    He told on his classmate who had cheated on the exam
  4. shop around; not necessarily buying
    I don't need help, I'm just browsing
  1. a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services
    he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod
  2. small workplace where handcrafts or manufacturing are done
  3. a course of instruction in a trade (as carpentry or electricity)
    I built a birdhouse in shop
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How To Use shop In A Sentence

  • We cannot support all the shops we have already, so a few more very expensive units can only remain empty and unused.
  • The screen is a bit of overkill because the audience is not that far from the center of action on the hot shop floor.
  • This was just a few years after Lord Byron woke to find Child Harold's Pilgrimage in the bookshops and himself famous, as it were, overnight.
  • For a very long time I loved the idea of writing but did very little - I published a few stories, and workshopped myself into submission.
  • Should we no do a little what you call shopping for the babies, and haf a farewell feast tonight if I go for my last call at your so pleasant home?" he asked, stopping before a window full of fruit and flowers. Little Women
  • His wife shopped him to me with a bitter complaint about his clothes bill.
  • Some retailers, including Sears, have already held some "door-buster" early-morning sales, which makes Black Friday -- the day after Thanksgiving that's looked upon as a kick-off to the holiday shopping season -- a little "grayer," he said. Boulder Daily Camera Most Viewed
  • A perfect mob of street urchins, loafers, shop-men and bar-keepers who could spare a bit of time, lined up in front of the Palace Hotel and watched the plaid-coated, gray-capped visitors in short knickerbockers and golf stockings puff their pipes around the bar and call for "Porter and h'ale, 'alf and The Transformation of Job A Tale of the High Sierras
  • You can go to a little café or little shop and get great food. The Sun
  • Attention, Kmart shoppers: privacy for sale, aisle nine.
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