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duty-free shopnoun [C]

uk   us   (also duty-free store, also duty-free)
TAX, COMMERCE a store, for example, in an airport, that sells goods without charging the tax that would normally be added to their price: The company runs duty-free shops at airports throughout south-east Asia.
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