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one-stop
American English: /ˈwən ˈˌstɑp/

adjective

  • (before noun) one-stop banking
    servicios (masculine plural) bancarios integrados
    one-stop shopping
    centro (masculine) único de compras
    Example sentences
    • 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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