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Definition of "shops" []

  • A place, esp a small building, for the retail sale of goods and services (noun)
  • An act or instance of shopping, esp household shopping (noun)
  • A place for the performance of a specified type of work; workshop (noun)
  • To visit a shop or shops in search of (goods) with the intention of buying them (verb)
  • To inform on or betray, esp to the police (verb)
  • Plural form of shop. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shop. (verb)

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Use "shops" in a sentence
  • "Further, tickets for iron Nails may be bought in the following shops: (_here follows a list of three booksellers, one general store and six tobacco shops_)."
  • "The silver we are finding and buying at the coin shops is most likely the stuff the owners bought back at $7/oz; they would have loved to sell it in the 'twenty plus' range but in the 'high teens' is good, too."
  • ""Buying from charity shops and dusty independent shops is a great way to discover writing you didn't know you liked - and to save money.""