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shop

noun [C] (PLACE TO BUY THINGS)
购物场所
 
 
/ʃɒp/ US  /ʃɑːp/
( US usually store) a building, or a room in a building, where you can buy goods or get services
商店,店铺
a book/clothes/record/sweet shop
书/服装/唱片/糖果店
a barber's/betting shop
理发/博彩店
I need to go to the shops - I've got no food in the house.
我得去商店了——家里没有吃的东西了。
Shops, markets and auctionsRestaurants and cafesBuildings in general
UK the act of shopping, especially of shopping for food and other things needed in the house
购物;(尤指食品及其他日常用品的)采购
I usually do the weekly shop on a Monday.
我通常在星期一买一周要用的东西。
Buying
be in the shops to be available to buy
面市,可以买到
His latest novel will be in the shops by Christmas.
他的最新小说将在圣诞节前面市。
Buying and selling in general
Translations of “shop”
in Spanish tienda, comercio, negocio…
in Arabic مَحَلّ…
in Korean 가게…
in Portuguese provisão…
in French magasin, atelier…
in German der Laden, der Berieb…
in Catalan botiga…
in Japanese 店, 商店…
in Russian магазин…
in Chinese (Traditional) 購物場所, 商店,店鋪, 購物…
in Italian negozio…
in Turkish dükkân, mağaza…
in Polish sklep…
(Definition of shop noun (PLACE TO BUY THINGS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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