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Synonyms for shop

go shopping

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  • go shopping
  • buy things
  • do the shopping
  • go to the shops

all over the shop

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shop around

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shut up shop

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Synonyms for shop

a retail establishment where merchandise is sold

Synonyms for shop

a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services

a course of instruction in a trade (as carpentry or electricity)

do one's shopping

do one's shopping at

give away information about somebody

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Women are more inert than men, with 38 per cent failing to shop around for a quote, compared to 33 per cent of men.
Egg's research found that of motorists who did not shop around for insurance, more than a third claimed this was because they either the lacked time, the inclination or found it too stressful and confusing.
Those who do shop around get an average of four quotes for home insurance and five for their motors, it found.
The expansion of the tables to include saving products offers account holders in the UK a simple way to shop around for a new account or find a better deal.
are calling on vets to provide price lists so owners can shop around.
ONLY 50 per cent of Irish consumers shop around for the best loan rate, according to a report from the Irish Financial Services Regulatory Authority yesterday.
Pensioners are missing out on around pounds 345 million a year because they are failing to shop around when converting their savings into income, research claimed today.
With many vacation costs up this holiday weekend, travelers should shop around and use discounts to find the best hotel value," said Darbelnet.
com reveals that just 44 per cent of men and 37 per cent of women shop around for better deals.
People who fail to shop around for best value financial products could be wasting hundreds of pounds each year.
Ms O'Dea said the survey again demonstrated the benefits of taking time to shop around.
But the regulator claims that just a third of consumers shop around for the best prices on financial products, compared with two thirds who compare costs when buying other items such as electrical goods, and 39 per cent think there is little difference between the charges and costs of different companies.
FILM fans are being warned to shop around to dodge a massive DVD rip-off.
It means that people about to retire do not have to buy their annuity from the insurance company handling their investments but can shop around for the best deal.