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Meaning of “in-store” in the English Dictionary

"in-store" in British English

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in-storeadjective [before noun]

uk   /ˌɪnˈstɔːr/  us   /-ˈstɔːr/
happening or ​existing inside a ​largeshop, or ​available for ​customers to use or ​buy inside a ​largeshop: an in-store ​bakery/​café in-store ​banking

in store

C1 going to ​happensoon: You never ​know what's in store for you. There's a ​shock in store for him when he gets ​hometonight!
(Definition of in-store from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"in-store" in Business English

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in-storeadjective [before noun]

uk   /ˌɪnˈstɔːr/  us   /-ˈstɔːr/ MARKETING, COMMERCE
happening inside a ​store: Online ​sales are catching up with in-store ​sales. in-store ​marketing/​promotion Take ​advantage of in-store ​displays to ​try before you ​buy.
available for ​customers to use or ​buy inside a large ​store, or ​provided by a large ​store: Look for ​regular in-store ​offers. the ​supermarket chain's in-store ​magazine
in-store
adverb
The designer's ​limitededitioncollection can be ​bought in-store only.
(Definition of in-store from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “in-store”
in Chinese (Simplified) 大商店内的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大商店內的…
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