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shop·per

 (shŏp′ər)
n.
1. One who visits stores in search of merchandise or bargains.
2. A commercial agent who compares the merchandise and prices of competing merchants.
3. A commercial employee who fills mail or telephone orders.
4. A newspaper containing advertisements and some local news, usually distributed free.

shopper

(ˈʃɒpə)
n
a person who buys goods in a shop

shop•per

(ˈʃɒp ər)

n.
1. a person who shops.
2. a retail buyer for another person or a business concern.
3. a locally distributed newspaper containing retail advertisements.
[1860–65]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.shopper - someone who visits stores in search of articles to buyshopper - someone who visits stores in search of articles to buy
bargain hunter - a shopper who hunts for bargains
customer, client - someone who pays for goods or services
shopaholic - a compulsive shopper; "shopaholics can never resist a bargain"
2.shopper - a commercial agent who shops at the competitor's store in order to compare their prices and merchandise with those of the store that employs her
agent - a representative who acts on behalf of other persons or organizations

shopper

noun buyer, customer, client, purchaser crowds of Christmas shoppers
Translations
حقيبَة الشِّراءمُتَسَوِّق
kupujícítaška
folk på indkøbindkøbstaske
bevásárlóbevásárlószatyorvásárló
innkaupataskaviîskiptavinur, kaupandi
kupec

shopper

[ˈʃɒpəʳ] N
1. (= person) → comprador(a) m/f; (= customer) → cliente mf
2. (= bag) → bolsa f de compras; (on wheels) → carrito m de la compra

shopper

[ˈʃɒpər] npersonne f qui fait ses courses, acheteur/euse m/f

shopper

nKäufer(in) m(f); she’s a good shoppersie kann gut einkaufen; the streets were thronged with shoppersin den Straßen drängten sich die Kauflustigen

shopper

[ˈʃɒpəʳ] n
a. (person) → acquirente m/f
b. (bag) → borsa per la spesa

shop

(ʃop) noun
1. a place where goods are sold. a baker's shop.
2. a workshop, or a place where any kind of industry is carried on. a machine-shop.
verbpast tense, past participle shopped
(often go shopping) to visit shops for the purpose of buying. We shop on Saturdays; She goes shopping once a week.
ˈshopper noun
1. a person who is shopping. The street was full of shoppers.
2. a large bag used when shopping.
ˈshopping noun
1. the activity of buying goods in shops. Have you a lot of shopping to do?; (also adjective) a shopping-list.
2. the goods bought. He helped her carry her shopping home; (also adjective) a shopping-basket / bag.
shop assistant (American ˈsalesclerk, *clerk)
a person employed in a shop to serve customers.
shop floor
the workers in a factory or workshop, as opposed to the management.
ˈshopkeeper noun
a person who runs a shop of his own.
ˈshoplifter noun
a person who steals goods from a shop.
ˈshoplifting noun
shopping centre
a place, often a very large building, where there is a large number of different shops.
shopping mall noun
(also mall) (American) a shopping centre in which traffic is usually not allowed.
shop around
to compare prices, quality of goods etc at several shops before buying anything.
References in classic literature ?
It is full of life, and stir, and business, dirt, beggars, asses, yelling peddlers, porters, dervishes, high-born Turkish female shoppers, Greeks, and weird-looking and weirdly dressed Mohammedans from the mountains and the far provinces --and the only solitary thing one does not smell when he is in the Great Bazaar, is something which smells good.
Scarcely had they met when the Telegraph Avenue car came along and stopped to take on a crowd of afternoon shoppers.
How many of these vacillating shoppers and tired shop-assistants realized that it was a divine event that drew them together?
While speed and ease are critical, value is a holiday shopper benchmark that should not be overlooked.
To transform into a shopper-centric business, one first needs to recognize a shopper when they come back, whether their return is in person or online," added Susan Viamari, editor of Times & Trends, SymphonyIRI.
While the shopping district is best known for selling $20 knockoffs of famous-maker handbags and shoes, it's attracting more shoppers looking for basics, like women's sundresses for $2.
This updated report for 2011 benefits from showing shopper changes and trends from the report published in 2010, and is a must for those involved in the UK food and grocery sector with digital responsibility, both at a Retailer and FMCG level.
This report presents the most up to date and authoritative analysis of the shopper perspective on social media marketing and social e-commerce, presenting detailed insight into key themes, opportunities, barriers and trends.
As shoppers mind their finances this season, the oft-forgotten but still useful layaway plan has re-emerged as a way to avoid debt.
While shopper marketing traditionally focuses on marketing in the retail environment, opportunities are not necessarily constrained to the store.
The data analyzed in Food Shopper Insights are derived from Packaged Facts March 2011 Food Shopper Insights (FSI) Survey, an online survey of 2,000 U.