Wordlist: Shops and markets - List 2

 

1. Wordlist

 
  • florist
    • florist, florists(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a person who sells flowers; a shop in which you can buy flowers
    • Example:
      • We ordered some flowers at the florist to decorate our house.
  • pharmacy
    • pharmacy, pharmacies[ˈfɑrməsɪ](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a place where prescription drugs are dispensed
    • Example:
      • She sent her husband to the pharmacy to get some medicine.
      • Synonym(s):
        chemist, drugstore (AE)
  • supermarket
    • supermarket, supermarkets(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a large self-service store that sells groceries and, usually, medications, household goods and clothing
    • Example:
      • Every Saturday she goes to the supermarket to do her shopping.
  • department store
    • department store, department stores(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a large shop containing many different departments each of which deals in different goods or services
    • Example:
      • There's a large department store downtown.
  • second-hand shop
    • second-hand shop, second-hand shops(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a shop which sells goods that were previously owned and used by others
    • Example:
      • I sometimes buy my clothes at the second-hand shop, it's often cheaper.
  • mail-order firm
    • mail-order firm, mail-order firms(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a company which offers the service of ordering goods which are then mailed to you
    • Example:
      • Some people find it more comfortable to order things at a mail-order firm.
      • Synonym(s):
        mail-order company
  • mail-order catalogue
    • mail-order catalogue, mail-order catalogues(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a mail-order firm's catalogue which informs their customers about all the goods they are selling
    • Example:
      • We receive different mail-order catalogues every month.
  • buy by mail order
    • buy by mail order(Chunk)
    • Example:
      • She bought all her furniture by mail order.
  • market
    • market, markets[ˈmɑːkɪt](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a city square or other fairly spacious site where traders set up stalls and buyers browse the merchandise
    • Example:
      • The crowds at the market were quite noisy.
      • Synonym(s):
        fair
  • street market
    • street market, street markets(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a temporary public market, normally set up outdoors on certain days of the week, often, but not always, in a street
    • Example:
      • Buy a bog-standard one at the street market in Souk Chaaria, near the Musee de Marrakech.
 

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          mail-order catalogue
          a mail-order firm's catalogue which informs their customers about all the goods they are selling
          street market
          a temporary public market, normally set up outdoors on certain days of the week, often, but not always, in a street
          buy by mail order
          department store
          a large shop containing many different departments each of which deals in different goods or services
          mail-order firm
          a company which offers the service of ordering goods which are then mailed to you
          second-hand shop
          a shop which sells goods that were previously owned and used by others
          market
          a city square or other fairly spacious site where traders set up stalls and buyers browse the merchandise
          pharmacy
          a place where prescription drugs are dispensed
          florist
          a person who sells flowers; a shop in which you can buy flowers
          supermarket
          a large self-service store that sells groceries and, usually, medications, household goods and clothing
           
           
           
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          second-hand shop
          seond-hand shop
          florist
          florist
          department store
          department store
          street market
          street market
          market
          market
          mail-order firm
          mail-order firm
          mail-order catalogue
          mail-order catalogue
          supermarket
          supermarket
          pharmacy
          pharmacy
          buy by mail order
          buy by mail order
           
           
           
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          florist
          a person who sells flowers; a shop in which you can buy flowers
          market
          a city square or other fairly spacious site where traders set up stalls and buyers browse the merchandise
          mail-order catalogue
          a mail-order firm's catalogue which informs their customers about all the goods they are selling
          street market
          a temporary public market, normally set up outdoors on certain days of the week, often, but not always, in a street
          buy by mail order
          supermarket
          a large self-service store that sells groceries and, usually, medications, household goods and clothing
          mail-order firm
          a company which offers the service of ordering goods which are then mailed to you
          department store
          a large shop containing many different departments each of which deals in different goods or services
          seond-hand shop
          a shop which sells goods that were previously owned and used by others
          pharmacy
          a place where prescription drugs are dispensed
           
           
           
         
         

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