[ UK /ʃˈɒpɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈʃɑpɝ/ ]
  1. a commercial agent who shops at the competitor's store in order to compare their prices and merchandise with those of the store that employs her
  2. someone who visits stores in search of articles to buy
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How To Use shopper In A Sentence

  • Attention, Kmart shoppers: privacy for sale, aisle nine.
  • Workers feed them daily a mix of flakes, worms, grasshoppers and freeze-dried shrimp.
  • When asked to name their favourite dish, most shoppers opted for the traditional British favourite fish and chips over pizza, paella, or frankfurters.
  • Merchants could pay a steep price for stiffing shoppers.
  • Best Buy is promoting its Geek Squad, promising shoppers before they buy that complicated electronic thingamajig that its employees will hold their hands through the installation process and beyond.
  • It's a clever business tactic: Not only is the donation tax-deductible, but participating nonprofits bring in their lists, and shoppers are incentivized to buy, knowing the profits go to worthy causes. Artful Style on the Bowery
  • The autumn birds were singing; the autumn flowers were blooming; yellow golden rod and scarlet sumach glowed in the corners of the fences; locusts chirped in treetops; grasshoppers stridulated in the meadows, one or two of them making more noise than a whole drove of cattle lying peacefully chewing their cud beneath an umbrageous elm and lifting up their great, tranquil, blinking eyes to the morning sun. The Redemption of David Corson
  • Two shoppers were injured in the stampede as shop doors opened on the first day of the sale.
  • Shoppers can order an unboxed pre-owned machine for £315 or £325 or a boxed option for £340.
  • This second gene is only found in holometabolous insects, Drosophila, and silkworms but not in the more primitive hemimetabolous insects, like grasshoppers or springtails.
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