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chip shop

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
chip shopˈchip shop (also chippie, chippy /ˈtʃɪpi/ informal) noun [countable] British English  DFSHOP/STOREa shop that cooks and sells fish and chips and other fried food
Examples from the Corpus
chip shopElsewhere, Ian Beale gave his son a fish and chip shop for his birthday.It seemed inevitable after this that he should take himself to the nearest fish and chip shop to eat his supper.Also, the fish and chip shop remains.Etty would normally volunteer to go to the fish and chip shop in Norfolk Street.The fish and chip shop was still lighted and open.More absurd was the sight of Johnny Marr in a Sale chip shop buying, wait for it, a steak pie.More than once I had gone down to the phone outside the chip shop at Annick Water.An application has been made to establish a hot food shop adjacent to the chip shop.
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