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shopper

[ shop-er ]
/ ˈʃɒp ər /
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noun

a person who shops.
a retail buyer for another person or a business concern.
a locally distributed newspaper of retail advertisements.

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Origin of shopper

First recorded in 1860–65; shop + -er1

OTHER WORDS FROM shopper

non·shop·per, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for shopper

shopper
/ (ˈʃɒpə) /

noun

a person who buys goods in a shop
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