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toyshop

(ˈtɔɪʃɒp)
n
(Commerce) a shop that sells objects that children play with, for example dolls or model cars
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.toyshop - shop where toys are soldtoyshop - shop where toys are sold    
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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toyshop

[ˈtɔɪʃɒp] Njuguetería f

toyshop

[ˈtɔɪʃɒp] nmagasin m de jouetstoy train n (wooden)petit train m; (electric)train m électrique

toyshop

[ˈtɔɪˌʃɒp] nnegozio di giocattoli
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He knew that all the intellectual lights of Petersburg were gathered there and, like a child in a toyshop, did not know which way to look, afraid of missing any clever conversation that was to be heard.
He stopped once only on his way to the hotel to look at a toyshop in one of the great thoroughfares.
In the early 1980s, near-riots were reported in toyshops at Christmas time as parents and children literally fought over each new delivery.
War and toys are hardly the best companions, yet toyshops are full with plastic rifles and miniature soldiers.
His second marriage took place in Chelsea in 1729-30 to Mary Deards, whose father owned toyshops in Bath, Newmarket, Tunbridge Wells and Fleet Street, and the couple left London for Bath.
Moving away from the everyday toyshops, the Toy Store's innovative conA[degrees]cept focuses on 'retail entertainA[degrees]ment', a press release said.
Angry Birds GO trading cards can be found in newsstands, bookshops, toyshops and supermarkets.
Of the coveted lot, made by Palitoy in 1978, the auction house's Kathy Taylor said: "It would originally have sold for 99p from newsagents and toyshops.
There were police visits to toyshops back then telling merchants to dump Barbie.
Not deterred at the age of 21 he took himself off to London where he paid the rent with a succession of jobs ranging from bar work to that of an indoor boomerang demonstrator around London's toyshops.
A spokeswoman for Mattel said that NPD figures did not cover the independent toyshops but she accepted that the doll was finding middle age tough.
I reported how mums and dads everywhere were desperately queuing outside toyshops forhours in the hope of getting a Tinky Winky, Laa Laa, Dipsy or Po for their beloved kids for Christmas.