shopkeeper Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"shopkeeper" in British English

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shopkeepernoun [C]

uk   /ˈʃɒpˌkiː.pər/  us   /ˈʃɑːpˌkiː.pɚ/ (US usually storekeeper)
B2 a ​person who ​owns and ​manages a ​smallshop
(Definition of shopkeeper from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"shopkeeper" in Business English

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shopkeepernoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈʃɒpˌkiːpər/ UK (US storekeeper) COMMERCE
someone who ​owns or ​manages a ​store, especially a ​small one: Supermarkets have ​pricedsmall shopkeepers out of ​business.
(Definition of shopkeeper from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “shopkeeper”
in Arabic صاحب مَحلّ…
in Korean 가게 주인…
in Portuguese comerciante, lojista…
in Catalan botiguer, -a…
in Japanese (小売店の)店主…
in Chinese (Simplified) 店主…
in Turkish dükkân sahibi, esnaf…
in Russian управляющий или владелец магазина…
in Chinese (Traditional) 店主…
in Italian negoziante…
in Polish sklepika-rz/rka…
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