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bou·tique

 (bo͞o-tēk′)
n.
1.
a. A small retail shop that specializes in gifts, fashionable clothes, accessories, or food, for example.
b. A small shop located within a large department store or supermarket.
2. A small business offering specialized products and services: an investment boutique; a health-care boutique.

[French, from Old French botique, small shop, from Old Provençal botica, from Latin apothēca, storehouse; see apothecary.]

boutique

(buːˈtiːk)
n
1. (Commerce) a shop, esp a small one selling fashionable clothes and other items
2. (Commerce)
a. of or denoting a small specialized producer or business
b. (as modifier): a boutique winery.
3. (Commerce) a small specialized stall or shopping area within a supermarket, esp selling fresh meat, seafood, etc
[C18: from French, probably from Old Provençal botica, ultimately from Greek apothēkē storehouse; see apothecary]

bou•tique

(buˈtik)

n.
1. a small shop or specialty department within a larger store, esp. one that sells fashionable items.
2. any small, exclusive business.
3. a small business specializing in one aspect of a larger field: a pension boutique.
adj.
4.
a. exclusive, exotic, or small-scale: boutique beer.
b. producing boutique products.
[1760–70; < French, Middle French]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.boutique - a shop that sells women's clothes and jewelryboutique - a shop that sells women's clothes and jewelry
shop, store - a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"

boutique

noun
A retail establishment where merchandise is sold:
Translations
بوتيك: دُكّان لِبَيْع لَوازِم النِّساء
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boutiquemodeforretning
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tískuverslun
krautuvėlė
veikals
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boutique

[buːˈtiːk] Nboutique f, tienda f de ropa

boutique

[buːˈtiːk] nboutique f

boutique

nBoutique f

boutique

[buːˈtiːk] nboutique f inv

boutique

(buːˈtiːk) noun
a fashionable, usually small shop, especially one selling clothes. She prefers small boutiques to large stores.
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The second tranche was funded by Symbiotics, a leading investment boutique based out of Switzerland in March 2017.
In the Tokyo-based investment boutique's 2nd quarter clients briefing, it cites the price action in commodities like oil and gold so far this year as being indicative of a broad-based recovery in the asset class.
Stephen Bailey, a fund manager at investment boutique Liontrust, said he did not think challengers were "a real threat" to the high street banks, unless there was further government intervention.
Cushman & Wakefield also secured $15.7 million of debt and arranged joint venture equity financing from CenterSquare Investment Management, the real estate investment boutique for BNY Mellon, on behalf of the buyer.
New York Life Investments completed the acquisition of Dexia Asset Management, an international asset manager, with management centers in Brussels, Paris, Luxembourg and its investment boutique, Ausbil, based in Sydney, for EUR 380 million.
"Anyone you speak to these days will tell you the stock exchange is the best place to invest right now." Iranians are pulling out of assets that had become the conventional stores of wealth in the country - gold, dollars and real estate - to free up cash to invest in the stock market, according to Tehran-based investment boutique Turquoise Partners.