Definition of outshop in English:

outshop

Line breaks: out|shop
Pronunciation: /əʊtˈʃɒp
 
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verb (outshops, outshopping, outshopped)

[with object] British
Send (a railway vehicle) out from a workshop or factory after construction or overhaul: all were outshopped in standard InterCity livery
More example sentences
  • The unit was freshly outshopped in Pago Parks Norwood Yard locomotive shops.

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