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shop /ʃɒp $ ʃɑːp/ noun

کارخانه ، محل ساخت ، دکان ، کارگاه ، تعمیرگاه ، فروشگاه ، خرید کردن ، مغازه گردی کردن ، دکه ، علوم مهندسی: کارخانه ، قانون ـ فقه: خرید کردن ، بازرگانی: فروشگاه
Synonyms: store, boutique, emporium, hypermarket, supermarket
Related Words: boutique
English Thesaurus: shop, boutique, superstore, department store, supermarket, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. shop1 S1 W1 /ʃɒp $ ʃɑːp/ noun
[Word Family: noun: shop, shopper, shopping; verb: shop]
[Language: Old English; Origin: sceoppa 'stall']

1. PLACE WHERE YOU BUY THINGS [countable] especially British English a building or part of a building where you can buy things, food, or services Synonym : store American English
toy/pet/shoe/gift etc shop
Her brother runs a record shop in Chester.
a barber’s shop
a fish-and-chip shop
the local shops
Shirley saw her reflection in the shop window.
in the shops
New potatoes are in the shops now.
I’m just going down to the shops.
wander/browse around the shops
I spent a happy afternoon wandering around the shops.bucket shop, corner shop, coffee shop

2. PLACE THAT MAKES/REPAIRS THINGS [countable] a place where something is made or repaired:
The generators are put together in the machine shop.
a bicycle repair shopshop floor, shop steward

3. SCHOOL SUBJECT (also shop class) [uncountable] American English a subject taught in schools that shows students how to use tools and machinery to make or repair things
in shop
Doug made this table in shop.
wood/metal/print etc shop
One auto shop class is run just for girls.

4. set up shop informal to start a business

5. shut up shop British English, close up shop American English informal to close a shop or business, either temporarily or permanently

6. talk shop informal to talk about things that are related to your work, especially in a way that other people find boring:
I’m fed up with you two talking talk

7. all over the shop British English spoken
a) scattered around untidily:
There were bits of paper all over the shop.
b) confused and disorganized:
I’m all over the shop this morning.

8. GO SHOPPING [singular] British English spoken an occasion when you go shopping, especially for food and other things you need regularly:
She always does the weekly shop on a Friday.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. shop2 verb (past tense and past participle shopped, present participle shopping)
[Word Family: noun: shop, shopper, shopping; verb: shop]

1. [intransitive] to go to one or more shops to buy things
shop for
I usually shop for vegetables in the market.
shop at
She always shops at Tesco’s.window-shopping

2. go shopping (also be out shopping) to go to one or more shops to buy things, often for enjoyment:
The next day, Saturday, we went shopping.
Mum’s out shopping with Granny.

3. [transitive] British English informal to tell the police about someone who has done something illegal:
He was shopped by his ex-wife.
shop around phrasal verb
to compare the price and quality of different things before you decide which to buy
shop around for
Take time to shop around for the best deal.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. high-street | corner, local, village | busy | elegant, fine, exclusive, expensive, grand, high-class, posh, smart, stylish, sumptuous, upmarket | delightful, excellent, good, wonderful | well-stocked | trendy | old-fashioned, quaint, traditional | dingy, shabby | colourful | boarded up, disused, empty, vacant | butcher's, greengrocer's, etc. | gift, pet, shoe, etc. | electrical, photographic, etc. | specialist | duty-free She bought 400 cigarettes at the airport duty-free shop.
charity I gave all my old books to a charity shop.
junk | betting | mobile Mobile shops are invaluable to people in rural areas.
retail | one-stop This is your one-stop shop for all your holiday needs.
QUANT. parade, row The post office is at the end of the row of shops.
chain The brothers opened a chain of electrical shops in the eighties.
VERB + SHOP have, keep, own, run | open, set up She opened a flower shop in the High Street. (figurative) Some buskers had set up shop outside the station.
close, shut (up) At 5.30 she shuts up shop and goes home.
SHOP + VERB sell sth | offer sth The shop offers a large selection of leather goods at reasonable prices.
specialize in sth | advertise sth | display sth | open | close, shut
SHOP + NOUN assistant, manager, manageress, owner, staff, worker | counter, display, doorway, front, premises, shelves, sign, window | chain a famous shoe shop chain
PREP. around/round a/the ~ I went around all the shops but I couldn't find a present for him.
at a/the ~ There was was a break-in at that new shop last night.
in a/the ~ She works part-time in a shop.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: close up shop , talk shop

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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