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shopper

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshoppershop‧per /ˈʃɒpə $ ˈʃɑːpər/ ●●○ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 BUYsomeone who buys things in shops 🔊 The streets were crowded with shoppers.see thesaurus at customer
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shopperThe police fired teargas in the central shopping district to disperse the rioters, creating panic among shoppers.But much more of it is due to consumer-goods firms having encouraged shoppers to buy on price by bombarding them with special offers.The streets were crowded with holiday shoppers.Over the blare of a popular movie melody, a marketer invites shoppers to the vehicle.In fact, thrift-store regulars complain that mainstream shoppers have driven some prices up out of reach of the needy.And today a spider expert claimed the creature had to be caught for the sake of other shoppers.At Macy's Plaza, a pianist gracefully serenades shoppers and a fountain offers a soothing respite from the pounding sidewalks outside.Across the country, retailers are ringing up record amounts as Sunday shoppers pack their shops.
From Longman Business Dictionaryshoppershop‧per /ˈʃɒpəˈʃɑːpər/ noun [countable]1COMMERCEsomeone who buys things in shopsStore managers get blamed when shoppers can’t find a particular product. mystery shopper personal shopper2MARKETING in the US, a newspaper sold or given free to people in a particular area, that advertises stores, restaurants etc in that area
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