A building or part of a building where goods or services are sold
a shop selling all sorts of goods
A website or application by means of which goods or services are sold over the Internet
Short for opportunity shop.
A workshop where small pieces of work are done.
A shop where malted milk is sold.
A shop or stall selling paan and cigarettes.
A shop selling animals to be kept as pets, or accessories, food, etc., for pets.
A shop that sells pots or other items of crockery or porcelain.
A shop selling old clothes and other second-hand or discarded articles.
A shop or tavern selling rum and other liquor; a saloon.
A shop selling goods relating to sex, as pornography, sex aids, etc.
A shop which sells clothing and equipment for the beach; (in later use) specifically a shop which sells surfing equipment, clothing, etc.
A garage where repairs to the bodywork of vehicles are carried out
A place where stolen vehicles are dismantled so that the parts can be sold or used to repair other stolen vehicles
A police station
A shop which sells produce from a farm directly to the public
A shop that sells fish for food
A shop that sells souvenirs and small items suitable to be given as presents
A shop which sells alcohol
A shop which sells hats and decorative headpieces
A store that sells drug-related paraphernalia
A shop selling second-hand goods or inexpensive antiques
A system whereby employees in a place of work do not have to join a trade union
A pawnbroker’s shop
An establishment offering the services of New Zealand Post
A retail outlet at a golf club, typically run by the resident professional, where golfing equipment can be purchased or repaired
Discuss matters concerning one’s work, especially at a social occasion when this is inappropriate
A male shop assistant
A female shop assistant
Conversation about one’s occupation or business at an informal or social occasion
An agency which puts people with articles to exchange or trade in touch with each other
Another term for tea room111.
A system whereby a recognized trade union receives a sum of money from non-members equivalent to the subscriptions of members, in recognition of the collective bargaining done by the union on non-members' behalf; a place of work operating this system; also attributive, as agency shop agreement, etc.
An establishment or workshop where pigments, dyes, paints, etc., are prepared or sold.
A small shop which sells fashionable ready-to-wear clothes for affluent women of mature taste.
A shop selling items, such as charms and potions, claimed to have magical properties (rare).
A shop where money can be obtained; specifically an establishment which performs some of the functions of a bank, and specializes in arranging loans.
A shop selling sheet music, musical instruments, etc.
A shop selling items used in religious observance.
A place for gambling by betting on the drawing of certain numbers in a lottery.
A shop where (especially cooked) potatoes are sold.
To engage in power shopping.
An establishment where the printing of newspapers, books, and other materials takes place
A workshop where rollers used in the process of spinning cotton are repaired or covered (now historical).
A place in which goods made of rubber are manufactured and sold; specifically a shop that sells condoms and (more notably) pornographic material.
An unauthorized office for speculating in stocks or currency using the funds of unwitting investors