Definition of shopper noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

shopper

 noun
noun
BrE BrE//ˈʃɒpə(r)//
 
; NAmE NAmE//ˈʃɑːpər//
 
In the store
 
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a person who buys goods from shops/stores The streets were full of Christmas shoppers. Competition between stores can result in big savings for the shopper. see also mystery shopper, personal shopper See related entries: In the storeExtra examples A savvy shopper can purchase the gem for about €2 000 per carat. I observed my fellow shoppers rushing from store to store. If you’re a serious shopper, this is the credit card for you. Shoppers rushed to catch the sales. The cheap deals brought out big crowds of shoppers. The street was thronged with shoppers. We are a nation of supermarket shoppers. Window displays are intended to be attractive to shoppers. a busy day in London stores as shoppers rushed to beat the rise in VAT encouraging shoppers to leave their cars at home last-minute shoppers on Christmas Eve special offers designed to tempt shoppers what the average shopper spends her money on what the average shopper’s trolley contains Competition between stores can result in big savings for shoppers. Crowds of shoppers had to be evacuated from the store after the bomb threat.
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