gift shop

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Noun1.gift shop - a shop that sells miscellaneous articles appropriate as giftsgift shop - a shop that sells miscellaneous articles appropriate as gifts
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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Translations
obchod s dárkovým zbožím
gavebutik
lahjatavarakauppa
trgovina s darovima
ギフトショップ
선물가게
presentbutik
ร้านขายของขวัญ
cửa hàng quà tặng

gift shop

مَتْجَرُ الهِدايا obchod s dárkovým zbožím gavebutik Geschenkartikelladen κατάστημα δώρων tienda de artículos para regalo lahjatavarakauppa boutique de cadeaux trgovina s darovima negozio di articoli da regalo ギフトショップ 선물가게 souvenirwinkel gavebutikk sklep z upominkami loja de presentes магазин подарков presentbutik ร้านขายของขวัญ hediye dükkanı cửa hàng quà tặng 礼品店
Multilingual Translator © HarperCollins Publishers 2009
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Ailyn Agonia DOHA THE uniquely and intricately-designed gift shops at the National Museum of Qatar (NMoQ) are an embodiment of the world-renowned "made in Italy" trademark, the Deputy Head of Mission at the Italian Embassy in Qatar Carlotta Colli has said.
American Treats has many years of experience with the hospital gift shops. At one time, they were one of the largest gift shop suppliers on the East Coast, with sales also in the Midwest.
Kelli's is unlike any other wholesale distributor because of their emphasis on hospital gift shops.
Carrollton, TX, April 04, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Kelli's Gift Shop Suppliers, a leading wholesale distributor, has announced the purchase of the hospital gift shop division from American Treats, located in Sanford, NC.
Most hospitals in the United States resolved all these questions long ago, after it became apparent the gift shops could function successfully under the aegis of the hospital auxiliary (or guild) as part of its already valuable volunteer services.
Interestingly, on the service front, hospitals have found that between 80 and 90% of all business done in their gift shops comes from hospital employees, a percentage that has remained consistent over the past two or three decades.