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"clicks and mortar" in British English

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clicks and mortar

(also clicks and bricks, or bricks and clicks) used for ​talking about ​businesses that ​involveselling things in ​stores as well as on the internet: Retailing is set to be very much ​clicks and ​mortar. the ​development of a clicks-and-mortar ​strategy
(Definition of clicks and mortar from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"clicks-and-mortar" in Business English

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clicks-and-mortaradjective [before noun]

uk   us   informal
E-COMMERCE, COMMERCE used to describe a ​company that ​sells its ​goods or ​services using both traditional ​stores and the ​internet: Internet-only ​services will have to ​develop some ​physical presence on the High Street - a so-called clicks-and-mortar ​strategy.
(Definition of clicks-and-mortar from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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