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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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storefrontstore‧front /ˈstɔːfrʌnt $ ˈstɔːr-/ noun [countable] American English  1 BBTthe part of a store that faces the street2 storefront church/law office/school etc
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storefrontCrack dealers operate on the west end of the street, near the Good Medicine and Co storefront theatre.He says business was great at his corner storefront.He was converting his storefront to an espresso parlor.With these services, merchants looking to set up an Internet storefront can do so quickly, conveniently, and inexpensively.It creates opportunity for the storefronts along Congress, all too many of which are vacant these days.He asked his wife to sell off the merchandise while he decided what to do with the storefront.
From Longman Business Dictionarystorefrontstore‧front /ˈstɔːfrʌntˈstɔːr-/ noun [countable] American English1COMMERCEthe outside part of a shop that faces the street, usually with a large window SYN shop front BrE2computingCOMMERCE (also web storefront) a website that a company uses to show its goods or describe its services, so that you can order and pay for them on the Internet SHOP FRONT British EnglishWe have an online storefront with a shopping cart system included.
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