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shopper

Line breaks: shop|per
Pronunciation: /ˈʃɒpə
 
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Definition of shopper in English:

noun

1A person who is shopping: a commercial centre thronged with shoppers
More example sentences
  • He spotted me amidst the throng of Christmas shoppers and pointed me out to his friend.
  • Now the growth of big rural shopping centres is bringing shoppers out of town.
  • However, on most days the audience consists of only a handful of shoppers and city centre security guards.
Synonyms
(shoppers)clientele, patronage, public, trade, market;
Law vendee
rare emptor
1.1British A bag for holding shopping, that is attached to wheels and pushed or pulled along: a four-wheeled tartan shopper
1.2A small-wheeled bicycle with a basket, designed for use while shopping.

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