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shop /ʃɔp/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- (từ lóng) cơ sở, trường sở nghề nghiệp, công việc làm ăn
- to set up shop: bắt đầu công việc làm ăn, bắt đầu kinh doanh
- to shut up shop: thôi làm việc gì; (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) đóng cửa hiệu
- all over the shop
- (từ lóng) lung tung, lộn xộn; khắp mọi nơi
- I have looked for it all over the shop: tôi đã đi tìm cái đó khắp mọi nơi
- my books are all over the shop: sách của tôi lung tung cả lên
- to come to the wrong shop
- hỏi nhầm chỗ; hỏi nhầm người
- to sink the shop
- không bàn đến chuyện làm ăn; không bàn đến chuyện chuyên môn
- to talk shop
- nói chuyện làm ăn, nói chuyện công tác; nói chuyện chuyên môn, nói chuyện nghề nghiệp
- động từ
- đi mua hàng, đi chợ; (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) đi khảo giá
- (từ lóng) bỏ tù, bắt giam
- (từ lóng) khai báo cho (đồng loã) bị tù
shopped|shopping|shopsʃɑp /ʃɒpThesaurus Dictionary
+a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services
+small workplace where handcrafts or manufacturing are done
+a course of instruction in a trade (as carpentry or electricity)
+do one's shopping
+do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of
+shop around; not necessarily buying
+give away information about somebody
Advanced English Dictionary
1 store, boutique, department store:
Would you stop at the shop and buy some lettuce?
2 workshop, machine shop:
Henry gained experience in operating a lathe at my father's shop.
3 betray, inform on or against, Slang peach on, rat on, snitch on, blow the whistle on:
The police persuaded Luke to shop his accomplices in exchange for a lighter sentence
4 shop for. buy, purchase, seek, look for, research:
I've been shopping for a new dishwasher.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
where you buy sth
1 [C] (especially BrE) a building or part of a building where you can buy goods or services: a pet / shoe shop + There's a little gift shop around the corner. + (BrE) a butcher's shop + (AmE) a butcher shop + (BrE) I'm just going down to the shops. Can I get you anything?
See also - BUCKET SHOP, COFFEE SHOP, CORNER SHOP
for making / repairing things
2 (also workshop) [C] (especially in compounds) a place where things are made or repaired, especially part of a factory where a particular type of work is done: a repair shop + a paint shop (= where cars are painted)
See also - BODY SHOP
3 [sing.] (BrE, informal) an act of going shopping, especially for food and other items needed in the house: I do my weekly shop at the supermarket.
4 (also shop class) [U] (both AmE) = INDUSTRIAL ARTS
room for tools
5 (also workshop) [C] (AmE) a room in a house where tools are kept for making repairs to the house, building things out of wood, etc.
Idioms: all over the shop (BrE, informal) = all over the place at PLACE n.
set up shop to start a business: American Technologies set up shop in Warsaw in 1990.
more at BULL, HIT v., MIND v., SHUT v., TALK v.
+ verb (-pp-)
1 [V] ~ (for sth) to buy things in shops/stores: to shop for food / clothes / presents + He likes to shop at the local market. + She was determined to go out and shop till she dropped.
2 (go shopping) [V] to spend time going to shops/stores and looking for things to buy: There should be plenty of time to go shopping before we leave New York. + 'Where's Mum?' 'She went shopping.'
tell police about sb
3 [VN] ~ sb (to sb) (BrE, informal) to give information to sb, especially to the police, about sb who has committed a crime: He didn't expect his own mother to shop him to the police.
Phrasal Verbs: shop around (for sth) to compare the quality or prices of goods or services that are offered by different shops/stores, companies, etc. so that you can choose the best: Shop around for the best deal.(also shop, shop class)
[U] (AmE) a school subject in which students learn to make things from wood and metal using tools and machines
high-street | corner, local, village | busy | elegant, fine, exclusive, expensive, grand, high-class, posh, smart, stylish, sumptuous, upmarket | delightful, excellent, good, wonderful | well-stocked | trendy | old-fashioned, quaint, traditional | dingy, shabby | colourful | boarded up, disused, empty, vacant | butcher's, greengrocer's, etc. | gift, pet, shoe, etc. | electrical, photographic, etc. | specialist | duty-free
She bought 400 cigarettes at the airport duty-free shop.
I gave all my old books to a charity shop.
| junk | betting | mobile
Mobile shops are invaluable to people in rural areas.
| retail | one-stop
This is your one-stop shop for all your holiday needs.
The post office is at the end of the row of shops.
The brothers opened a chain of electrical shops in the eighties.
VERB + SHOP
have, keep, own, run | open, set up
She opened a flower shop in the High Street. (figurative) Some buskers had set up shop outside the station.
| close, shut (up)
At 5.30 she shuts up shop and goes home.
SHOP + VERB
sell sth | offer sth
The shop offers a large selection of leather goods at reasonable prices.
| specialize in sth | advertise sth | display sth | open | close, shut
SHOP + NOUN
assistant, manager, manageress, owner, staff, worker | counter, display, doorway, front, premises, shelves, sign, window | chain
a famous shoe shop chain
around/round a/the ~
I went around all the shops but I couldn't find a present for him.
| at a/the ~
There was was a break-in at that new shop last night.
| in a/the ~
She works part-time in a shop.
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