Definition of cybershop in English:

cybershop

Syllabification: cy·ber·shop
Pronunciation: /ˈsībərˌSHäp
 
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verb (cybershops, cybershopping, cybershopped)

[no object] (often as noun cybershopping)
Purchase or shop for goods and services on a website.
More example sentences
  • You can go cybershopping and pay your bills through cyberbanking.
  • The elusive female market has been found and they're cybershopping for stuff they can hold in their hands.
  • Before you go cybershopping, have a few backup gift ideas in case you cannot easily find your first choice.

noun

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A website that sells or provides information about retail goods or services.
More example sentences
  • Either way, though, these cybershops are doing us all a favour: Freecycle claims to be keeping 50 tons a day out of landfill sites.
  • To this end, the cybershop concentrates much effort on building and maintaining customer relationships.
  • It will see information being shared over the network, at cybershops and in the form of digital cash.

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