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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A second-hand store in Peterhead has been given the stamp of approval for its re-use ambitions.
JAEGER-LECOULTRE WATCH Zach Norris found a bargain watch for less than a fiver in a second-hand store in Phoenix, Arizona, in 2015.
Said and his mother, Judith Quevedo, also own the Second-Hand Store in the former Lindsey's Drive-Inn building and Velasco operates a vehicle detail shop behind the premises during the warm months.
He has worked all his life and is desperate to get back into employment." 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. Carefully remove the original painting, and replace it with your own artwork.
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.