Associations to the word «Shopping»
SHOPPING, verb. Present participle of shop
SHOPPING, noun. (uncountable) Searching for or buying goods or services.
SHOPPING, noun. (uncountable) Recently bought goods.
SHOPPING, noun. (countable) (South America) A shopping center.
SHOPPING AGENT, noun. Shopping bot
SHOPPING BAG, noun. A strong bag with handles used to put purchases in; usually made of plastic, paper or fabric, often given away with a purchase.
SHOPPING BAGS, noun. Plural of shopping bag
SHOPPING BASKET, noun. A basket to put groceries and other merchandise in while shopping.
SHOPPING BASKETS, noun. Plural of shopping basket
SHOPPING BOT, noun. (computing) a bot that searches the Internet for the best price of some retail product
SHOPPING BOTS, noun. Plural of shopping bot
SHOPPING CART, noun. (US) a conveyance used to carry groceries and other items, while shopping in a store.
SHOPPING CARTS, noun. Plural of shopping cart
SHOPPING CENTER, noun. (US) An area, either enclosed or unenclosed, hosting multiple retail establishments; a shopping mall.
SHOPPING CENTERS, noun. Plural of shopping center
SHOPPING CENTRE, noun. (British) A large retail outlet consisting of several shops.
SHOPPING CENTRES, noun. Plural of shopping centre
SHOPPING GUIDE, noun. A written guide to buying a product.
SHOPPING LIST, noun. A list, written on e.g. a piece of paper, of items that need to be bought.
SHOPPING LIST, noun. (figuratively) A list of related items.
SHOPPING LISTS, noun. Plural of shopping list
SHOPPING MALL, noun. (US) shopping center
SHOPPING MALLS, noun. Plural of shopping mall
SHOPPING PRECINCT, noun. (US) shopping mall; shopping centre
SHOPPING PRECINCTS, noun. Plural of shopping precinct
SHOPPING TROLLEY, noun. (UK) (Australia) (New Zealand) A shopping cart.
SHOPPING TROLLEYS, noun. Plural of shopping trolley
SHOPPING, noun. Searching for or buying goods or services; "went shopping for a reliable plumber"; "does her shopping at the mall rather than down town".
SHOPPING, noun. The commodities purchased from stores; "she loaded her shopping into the car"women carrying home shopping didn't give me a second glance".
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