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shopper 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈSHäpər/,
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shoppers, plural;
  1. A person who is shopping


  1. someone who visits stores in search of articles to buy
  2. a commercial agent who shops at the competitor's store in order to compare their prices and merchandise with those of the store that employs her
  3. (shopping) searching for or buying goods or services; "went shopping for a reliable plumber"; "does her shopping at the mall rather than down town"
  4. (shopping) the commodities purchased from stores; "she loaded her shopping into the car"women carrying home shopping didn't give me a second glance"
  5. A pennysaver (or free ads paper, Friday Ad (British English or shopper) is a kind of free community periodical available in North America (typically weekly or monthly publications) that advertises items for sale. ...
  6. Shoppers Drug Mart Corporation is Canada's largest pharmacy chain with more than 1,149 stores operating under the names Shoppers Drug Mart in nine provinces and two territories and Pharmaprix in Quebec.
  7. Shopping is the examining of goods or services from retailers with the intent to purchase at that time. Shopping is an activity of selection and/or purchase. In some contexts it is considered a leisure activity as well as an economic one.
  8. (Shopping (film)) Shopping is a 1994 film written and directed by Paul W. S. Anderson about a group of British teenagers who indulge in joyriding and ramraiding. ...
  9. (SHOPPING) Looking for a Store, Purchasing, Bargaining, Paying, Clothes/Tailor.
  10. (SHOPPING) Combiençacoûte? Howmuchisthis? Oùestlacabined´essayage. Whereisthefittingroom? Ya-t-ilundiscont? Isthereanydiscount? Acceptez-vousdescartesdecrédit? Doyouacceptcreditcards? Avez-vousunetailleplusgrande? Doyouhavealargesize? Avez-vousunetaillepluspetite? Doyouhaveasmallersize? ...
  11. (SHOPPING) Together, LLC does not guarantee, warrant or endorse any product or service not manufactured or performed by Together, LLC. ...
  12. (Shopping) A shop where you can buy quality new and used goods.
  13. (Shopping) Autos, Clothing, Gifts
  14. (Shopping) Cart: A feature that allows users to select goods as they browse through an online catalogue. In the shopping cart you can review and update your products before paying for the goods.
  15. (Shopping) Cashmere and pashmina are available in varying qualities, styles and price points. Although a two-ply knit is better than a one-ply, the true quality of an item can best be distinguished by its hand.
  16. (Shopping) Consumers expend considerable effort planning and making purchase decisions. IE appliances, stereos, cameras. Consumers are not particularly brand loyal. Need producer intermediary cooperation, high margins, less outlets than convenience goods. ...
  17. (Shopping) Ever heard of free clothing swaps? Yea, they absa freak’in rock. Clothing Swap is an amazing resource for the fiscally challenged. I love checking out thrift stores too. Here’s an example. I got a Miley 100 percent cashmere sweater for only $10 at the goodwill. It’s as good as new. ...
  18. (Shopping) Haymarket Centre, Highcross Leicester, Leicester Market, Golden Mile, Fosse Park, St Martin's Square, Silver Arcade .Highcross
  19. (Shopping) If you order Products or Services from our company we will use the personal information you provide only to process the order. We do not share this information with outside parties except to the extent necessary to complete the order.
  20. (Shopping) Mall: Needs, responsibilities; Trolley digestive system, stomach;
  21. (Shopping) Many sites offer their members the option of shopping at various online (and sometimes even offline) stores through the program's web site, with the bonus of earning a small reward. The program places links - sometimes called portals - to the various shopping sites on their web site. ...
  22. (Shopping) Orange County contains several notable shopping malls. Among these are the world-renowned South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa and Fashion Island in Newport Beach. ...
  23. (Shopping) Seeking to obtain the best bid or offer available by calling a number of dealers and/or brokers.
  24. (Shopping) Stores which provide the means to purchase products or services. Products/services that are principally marketed to satisfy industrial or commercial needs are not included in this category. Examples include: virtual malls, auction services, department/retail storefronts.
  25. (Shopping) When a representative/broker sends out an investor’s compliance package to several “program managers” at the same time.  This is greatly frowned upon, and can ruin relationships with real traders.