English version

shopping basket

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshopping basketˈshopping ˌbasket noun [countable]  1 a basket that you use to put things in as you walk around a shop2 the part of a website, often represented by a picture of a basket, where you collect things to buy
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shopping basketWe chose a shopping basket of 29 items to compare them with Tesco and Sainsbury.Fumbling with the latch key, she rushed for the telephone, thrusting the shopping basket at Edward.The effects of inflation are not limited to the shopping basket, says Raoul Pinnell, Prudential's marketing director.Their shopping basket was £2.43 cheaper than in Sainsbury's, and £2.46p cheaper than in Tesco's.
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