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shop

noun A place where a thing is produced and/or displayed and sold.

verb To peruse or purchase wares from an emporium or enterprise.

shop

See Sweatshop, Workshop.
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They have less choice when shopping around, as only a handful of providers offer them annuities.
From its research, the FCA estimates that 80 per cent of those purchasing an annuity from their existing pension provider would benefit from shopping around and switching.
Motorists waste pounds 141 each, or pounds 942m collectively, by sticking with their existing insurer and not shopping around for car insurance when it comes to renewing their policy," he said.
Loans manager Rachel Brereton said: 'By shopping around, you can find a more competitive rate of interest.
About a fifth of all motorists renew their car and home insurance without shopping around because they say they are too busy to bother.
Britons are traditionally a financially cautious lot and, according to a new study, six out of 10 people will be shopping around for the best financial deals.
But pharmacists across the country say that shopping around for the best prescription prices may not always be wise.
IMG Literary is currently shopping around Jay's unexpurgated life story Fred Durst has also reportedly been calling Adams to get insight into how to direct the upcoming Lords of Dogtown feature film project.
TENNIS tournament organiser Sultan Gangji has smashed a quarter off his life insurance bill - by shopping around.
A new UK survey of consumer borrowing habits has revealed that consumers are not currently shopping around for the best deal when arranging personal finance but this is going to change when borrowers start to use the Internet.
By shopping around, JHH has, for example, been able to acquire state-of-the-art dietary and materials management systems.