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Meaning of “body shop” in the English Dictionary

"body shop" in British English

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body shopnoun [C]

a ​business where the ​outsideparts of ​vehicles are ​repaired: The ​doorpanel was ​dented in the ​accident but I got it ​fixed at the ​bodyshop.
(Definition of body shop from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"body shop" in Business English

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body shopnoun [C]

uk   us  
a ​place where the ​main metal ​parts of ​cars can be ​repaired: Her husband ​works for $12 an hour washing ​cars at a body ​shop.
PRODUCTION the ​part of a ​carfactory where the ​main metal ​parts of ​cars are ​built before the other ​parts are ​added: The body ​shop is ​critical to a ​carplant.
(Definition of body shop from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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