shop at

VERB
  1. do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of
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How To Use shop at In A Sentence

  • I want to go to the pet shop at the south gate.
  • If you want to shop at your leisure and not waiste a lot of time getting through a crowd and a bunch of junk go when ther is no market. Tonala
  • A team of troubleshooters has been called into a York estate where nuisance youths have forced the community centre to shut up shop at night.
  • I do my weekly shop at the supermarket.
  • If visitors wish to get cheap packed lunches, they should shop at a local minimarket. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's the ordinary everyday folk who come to shop at this market.
  • The shop attracted a loyal following among the well-heeled.
  • Expensive golf equipment makes rich pickings for thieves, and the lucrative nature of golf crime was highlighted by a recent theft from the pro shop at the Golf Club.
  • But, while the people who shop at Walmart and Target make no bones about their purchases: Oprah books, self-help, Grisham, Dan Brown, Danielle Steel, Koontz, etc. (so those stores only stock those titles), those who shop at Indigo want to feel as though they’re of a certain “lifestyle” (so the store puts in couches and offers lattes) and colours the walls whatever yuppy ochre is current. Movement mounting against Reisman receiving honorary degree
  • Two duplex apartments are stacked above a shop at ground level, the floors linked by a narrow communal staircase inserted into an intermediate slot between the new and old buildings.
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