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charity shop

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Definition of charity shop in English:

noun

British
A shop where second-hand goods are sold to raise money for a charity.
Example sentences
  • He hopes the new charity shop will raise the £10,000 needed to fund a fête in 2005.
  • Paintings due to be sold by a charity shop for a few pounds could make thousands at Christie's thanks to the eagle eye of a Sutton man.
  • During her four-week stay Mrs Kaur also hopes to round-up volunteers to set up a charity shop so the unit can begin raising its own funds.

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