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Meaning of “shop” - Learner’s Dictionary

shop

verb [I]     /ʃɒp/ ( present participle shopping, past tense and past participle shopped)
B1 to buy things in shops: I'm shopping for baby clothes. I usually go shopping on Saturday.Buying and selling in general
Translations of “shop”
in Korean 물건을 사다…
in Arabic يَتَسَوّق…
in Portuguese fazer compras…
in Catalan comprar…
in Japanese 買い物をする…
in Italian fare spese…
in Chinese (Traditional) 購物, 買,購買…
in Russian ходить по магазинам, делать покупки…
in Turkish alışveriş yapmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 购物, 买,购买…
in Polish kupować, robić zakupy…
(Definition of shop verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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