shop front

shop front
shop front ˈshop front noun [countable]
1. COMMERCE the outside part of a shop that faces the street, usually with a large window; = storefront AmE
2. COMPUTING COMMERCE MARKETING also web shopfront a website that a business uses to sell its goods and services:

• A web shopfront expands a website's functionality to include online buying and selling.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • shop front — UK US noun [countable] [singular shop front plural shop fronts] the outside part of a shop that is on the street, where the main entrance is Thesaurus: departments and areas in shopshyponym …   Useful english dictionary

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  • shop front — shop fronts also shopfront N COUNT A shop front is the outside part of a shop which faces the street, including the door and windows. [BRIT] (in AM, use storefront) …   English dictionary

  • shop front — n BrE the outside part of a shop that faces the street American Equivalent: storefront …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • shop front — shop ,front noun count MAINLY BRITISH a STOREFRONT …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • shop front — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms shop front : singular shop front plural shop fronts the outside part of a shop that is on the street, where the main entrance is …   English dictionary

  • shop front — noun (C) the outside part of a shop that faces the street; storefront AmE …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • shop front — / ʃɒp frʌnt/ noun a part of a shop which faces the street, including the entrance and windows …   Marketing dictionary in english

  • shop front — n. storefront, part of a store that faces the street …   English contemporary dictionary

  • front — ▪ I. front front 1 [frʌnt] noun [countable] 1. LAW a person, organization, system etc used to hide something secret or illegal: • His family kept a shop as a front for dealing in stolen goods. 2. COMMERC …   Financial and business terms

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