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shopper

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈʃɒpər/
COMMERCE someone who buys goods, especially from a store: Last year shoppers spent €540,000 a minute on credit cards. an internet/online shopperattract/lure/tempt shoppers Supermarkets have started opening cheap restaurants on their premises to attract shoppers.
US MARKETING, COMMUNICATIONS a free newspaper advertising stores, restaurants, etc. in a particular area: The organization publishes about 30 weeklies and shoppers.
→  See also mystery shopper , personal shopper
Translations of “shopper”
in Korean 구매자…
in Arabic مُتسوِّق…
in Portuguese comprador, -ora, consumidor…
in Catalan comprador, -a…
in Japanese 買い物客…
in Italian cliente, chi fa compere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 購物者,顧客…
in Russian покупатель…
in Turkish alışveriş yapanlar, müşteriler…
in Chinese (Simplified) 购物者,顾客…
in Polish kupując-y/a, klient/ka…
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