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shopping basketnoun

uk   us  
[C] (often basket) a ​container with a ​handle that you use for ​carrying what you ​plan to ​buy in a ​shop [S] a ​place on a ​shoppingwebsite where you ​collect things you ​plan to ​buy from the ​website
(Definition of shopping basket from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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shopping basketnoun [C]

uk   us   UK COMMERCE
a ​container with a ​handle that you use to ​carrygoods that you are going to ​buy in a ​store: They ​filled their ​shopping baskets with flour, spices and sugar.
FINANCE used to refer to ​goods, especially ​food, that someone ​buysregularly: The ​cost of the ​average pensioner's ​shopping basket has gone up by 45% over the last 10 ​years.
a ​container with a ​handle that you take with you when you go ​shopping to ​carry the things that you ​buy
E-COMMERCE →  shopping cart
(Definition of shopping basket from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “shopping basket”
in Chinese (Simplified) (商店的)购物篮, (网站的)购物筐…
in Turkish internette alışveriş sepeti…
in Russian корзина для покупок…
in Chinese (Traditional) (商店的)購物籃, (網站的)購物車…
in Polish koszyk…
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