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one-stop US English

(Of a store or other business) capable of supplying all a customer’s needs within a particular range of goods or services

stop one's ears in stop US English

Put one’s fingers in one’s ears to avoid hearing something

stop someone's mouth in stop US English

Induce someone to keep silent about something

stop one's ears US English

Put one’s fingers in one’s ears to avoid hearing something

in one's tracks in track1 US English

Where one or something is at that moment; suddenly

stop someone's mouth US English

Induce someone to keep silent about something

in one's tracks US English

Where one or something is at that moment; suddenly

one-stop English-Spanish

one-stop banking

it's one stop beyond Rugby in beyond English-Spanish

es la parada/estación siguiente a Rugby