Shop - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- small workplace where handcrafts or manufacturing are done (syn: workshop)
- a course of instruction in a trade (as carpentry or electricity)
- do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of (syn: frequent, patronize, sponsor)
- shop around; not necessarily buying (syn: browse)
- give away information about somebody (syn: betray, denounce, give away, grass, rat, shit, snitch, stag, tell on)
I took the car to the shop to get new brakes.
I am taking shop this semester.
I made a table in shop.
The wood shop is down the hall.
Where do you like to shop?
I like to shop at locally owned stores.
She is shopping for a new car.
Many people now shop online.
She's shopping her idea for a film.
His own mother shopped him to the police.
She works in a shop.
It's not available in the shops.
I built a birdhouse in shop.
Never shop on your friends.
Usually she shops for clothes at the local thrift shop store.
present participle: shopping
past tense: shopped
past participle: shopped