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one-stop

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Definition of one-stop in English:

adjective

informal
Denoting a business capable of supplying all of a customer’s needs within a particular range of goods or services: the one-stop shop serves local residents seeking advice on council services
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  • Ambitious plans for a one-stop shop transforming customer access to York council services have been stalled amid rising cost fears.
  • It wants to see the building turned into a business centre, with broadband provision, or perhaps a one-stop shop for council services.
  • It also makes us a one-stop shop that can service all our customers' needs.

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