second-hand store


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Noun1.second-hand store - a shop that sells secondhand goods at reduced prices
shop, store - a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"
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As well as the suspended sentence, magistrates ordered Smith to take part in a nine-month drug rehabilitation programme and pay PS260 compensation to both the university and the second-hand store.
The Andrea Roche model, 24, sported a designer dress from a second-hand store and admitted: "It was one of those great finds - I never actually got to wear it yet until today.
There are similar outlets, raising funds for the hospice, in Bedworth, Atherstone and Coleshill, plus a second-hand store in Weddington Road, Nuneaton.
Find an old framed painting at a garage sale or second-hand store.
Hanane Younes, operations and facilities supervisor at the Dubai Charity Centre (run by the Dubai Centre for Special Needs), the city's largest and most popular second-hand store, says their Karama shop is always packed.
Students get an idea after listening to their college professor complain about how she could not find a second-hand store to sell her old fridge
The lower level of the LifeCenter has a multipurpose room for aerobics or large group activities, a computer lab, offices for the resident committee groups, a gallery space to display residents' artwork, and a resident-run second-hand store called Nu-2-U.
The piece caught his eye as he perused a second-hand store, the kind of place that tends to be the final resting place of a lot of fairly horrible wall adornment.
It's a second-hand store supplying pre-used and pre-loved bags, clothes, sunglasses, shoes, jewellery and much more.
Davidson showed a seat that she removed from the car of a woman who had bought it at a second-hand store.
They opened a second-hand store called Annie's - and let it be known they would sell stuff that was nicked.
I'd rather go to a second-hand store and pick out something original that nobody will have.