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shop·keep·er

 (shŏp′kē′pər)
n.
One who owns or manages a shop.

shopkeeper

(ˈʃɒpˌkiːpə)
n
1. (Professions) a person who owns or manages a shop or small store
2. (Commerce) a person who owns or manages a shop or small store
ˈshopˌkeeping n

shop•keep•er

(ˈʃɒpˌki pər)

n.
storekeeper (def. 1).
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.shopkeeper - a merchant who owns or manages a shopshopkeeper - a merchant who owns or manages a shop
tradespeople - people engaged in trade
dry cleaner, cleaner - the operator of dry-cleaning establishment
florist - someone who grows and deals in flowers; "the florist made up an attractive bouquet"
hosier - a tradesman who sells hosiery and (in England) knitwear
merchandiser, merchant - a businessperson engaged in retail trade
newsagent, newsdealer, newsstand operator, newsvendor - someone who sells newspapers
tobacconist - a retail dealer in tobacco and tobacco-related articles

shopkeeper

noun retailer, trader, tradesman, dealer, seller, salesman, vendor, shop owner, saleswoman a struggling shopkeeper unable to pay his rent
Translations
صَاحِبُ الـمَتْجَرصاحِب دُكان أو مَحَل تِجاري
obchodník-ice
butiksejerbutiksindehaver
kauppias
vlasnik trgovine
verslunarstjóri
店主
상점 주인
trgovec
butiksinnehavare
เจ้าของร้าน
bakkaldükkân sahibidükkâncı
người chủ cửa hàng

shopkeeper

[ˈʃɒpˌkiːpəʳ] Ntendero/a m/f

shopkeeper

[ˈʃɒpkiːpər] n (British)marchand(e) m/f, commerçant(e) m/f
He's a shopkeeper → Il est commerçant.

shopkeeper

[ˈʃɒpˌkiːpəʳ] nnegoziante m/f, bottegaio/a

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.

shopkeeper

صَاحِبُ الـمَتْجَر obchodník butiksindehaver Ladenbesitzer καταστηματάρχης tendero kauppias commerçant vlasnik trgovine negoziante 店主 상점 주인 winkelier butikkeier sklepikarz lojista владелец магазина butiksinnehavare เจ้าของร้าน bakkal người chủ cửa hàng 店主
References in classic literature ?
The lower strata of the middle class -- the small tradespeople, shopkeepers, retired tradesmen generally, the handicraftsmen and peasants -- all these sink gradually into the proletariat, partly because their diminutive capital does not suffice for the scale on which Modern Industry is carried on, and is swamped in the competition with the large capitalists, partly because their specialized skill is rendered worthless by the new methods of production.
Meanwhile the whole population of Parker's Falls, consisting of shopkeepers, mistresses of boarding-houses, factory girls, millmen, and schoolboys, rushed into the street and kept up such a terrible loquacity as more than compensated for the silence of the cotton machines, which refrained from their usual din out of respect to the deceased.
This turned to his disadvantage; for having promised discoveries, but not being able to make it good, it was looked upon as trifling with the justice of the city, and he was the more fiercely pursued by the shopkeepers who took him.
Unhappy do I also call those who have ever to WAIT,--they are repugnant to my taste--all the toll-gatherers and traders, and kings, and other landkeepers and shopkeepers.
The parish officers testified the truth of this story; but it seems, there had been a good deal of shop-lifting about Ludgate; an example was thought necessary; and this woman was hanged for the comfort and satisfaction of shopkeepers in Ludgate Street.
These boys are to be the merchants, shopkeepers, and mechanics of a future period.
But the attention of the crowd- officials, burghers, shopkeepers, peasants, and women in cloaks and in pelisses- was so eagerly centered on what was passing in Lobnoe Place that no one answered him.
It is well known with what energy the taste for military matters became developed among that nation of ship-owners, shopkeepers, and mechanics.
Quite often, in Germany, shopkeepers who could not furnish me the article I wanted have sent one of their employees with me to show me a place where it could be had.
Approaching the shopkeeper, who had been narrowly observing him as he read the placard, he was about to speak, when the shopkeeper called to a salesman:
I dropped in there while Marco, the son of Marco, was haggling with a shopkeeper over a quarter of a pound of salt, and asked for change for a twenty-dollar gold piece.
He had sketched this new pose, when all at once he recalled the face of a shopkeeper of whom he had bought cigars, a vigorous face with a prominent chin, and he sketched this very face, this chin on to the figure of the man.