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junk shop

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Definition of junk shop in English:

noun

informal
A shop selling second-hand goods or inexpensive antiques: it was a portrait he had found in a junk shop
More example sentences
  • What's more useful, a shop full of antiques or a junk shop?
  • They rounded a corner and the junk shop came into view.
  • There was always a junk shop or two, usually a second-hand bookshop, often a second-hand jeweller's.

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