Antonyms for shop:


Synonyms for shop:

Sense 1

toyshop, shop around, stockist, point-of-sale, shoppe, spaza, pawnshop, boutique, kiosk.

Sense 4

outlet, price, take back.

Sense 5

check out.

Sense 14


filling station

service station.



Other synonyms and related words:

change, reveal, patronise, memory board, bewray, frequent, grass over, manufactory, denounce, shopping, foundry, haunt, peach, lead astray, storehouse, deceive, argot, patronage, let on, glom, window-shop, cheat on, snitch, keep going, mark, give away, lingo, rat, patois, cheat, make, discover, stock, tell on, shop class, brand, divulge, pasture, hook, condescend, stigmatise, blackleg, fail, memory, shoptalk, shop at, jargon, stag, let out, seek, snoop, thieve, expose, crop, boutique, vocabulary, slang, unwrap, stigmatize, break, patronize, cuckold, bring out, disclose, grass, dialect, cop, betray, support, outlet, fund, buy at, range, spy, sponsor, wander, entrepot, browse, scab, graze.

Sense 1 (noun)


Sense 2 (noun)

price, check out, boutique, outlet, take back, shop around, change.

Sense 5 (noun)

point-of-sale, kiosk.

artifact (noun)


manufacturing plant (noun)


market (noun)

convenience store, chain, supermarket, bazaar, store, bureau, exchange, establishment, fair, grocery, stock exchange, department store, market, mart, counter, emporium, warehouse, depot, stall, office, market place.

place of business (noun)


place of retail business (noun)

mill, store, market, emporium, outlet, supermarket, department store, boutique, chain.

retail store (noun)

department store.

shop (noun)

buy at, denounce, rat, frequent, betray, shop at, patronise, grass, store, snitch, workshop, give away, peach, stag, browse, patronize, sponsor, tell on.

workshop (noun)

clinic, factory, workbench, laboratory, boatyard, mill, bench, workshop, plant, sawmill.

Usage examples for shop:

  • I see no shop. - "Kenelm Chillingly, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
  • Around the corner was a shop where he would buy the red candle. - "The Gay Cockade", Temple Bailey.
  • One day the head- master called at the shop. - "The Old Wives' Tale", Arnold Bennett.

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