Asked by: Kathy Alexander
verb. If you shop someone, you report them to the police for doing something illegal. [British, informal] His appalled family shopped him to the police. [ VERB noun + to]
What does shop mean in slang?
Slang. to try to sell (merchandise or a project) in an attempt to obtain an order or contract. SEE MORE. interjection.
What does shopped mean in British?
Meaning of shopped in English. shopped. past simple and past participle of shop UK slang.
What did you shop meaning?
This is asking what you purchased. It’s the more common of possible meanings, but it’s not the only one. What did you shop around (to the executives)? Here, it’s asking what you were trying to sell.
What does shop mean in the UK?
shop noun [C] (PLACE TO BUY THINGS)
A1 UK. (US usually store) a place where you can buy goods or services: a book/clothes/record/sweet shop.
What does it mean to YEET?
Yeet is a slang word that functions broadly with the meaning “to throw,” but is especially used to emphasize forcefulness and a lack of concern for the thing being thrown. (You don’t yeet something if you’re worried that it might break.)
What does shipping mean in a relationship?
Shipping is the act of wanting two or more fictional characters or celebrities to end up in a relationship, usually romantic.
What does shopped mean in slang?
to inform on or betray
vb, shops, shopping or shopped. 7. ( often foll by: for) to visit a shop or shops in search of (goods) with the intention of buying them. 8. ( tr) slang chiefly Brit to inform on or betray, esp to the police.
What does shopped out mean?
It means that you’ve shopped as much as you can and you just can’t do it anymore (you’re too tired, you’ve no energy left, etc.).
Is it Shoped or shopped?
Simple past tense and past participle of shop.
What does shop mean in America?
Today, the difference is purely geographical: British English almost exclusively uses “shop”; US American, almost always “store”; other varieties make their own way. That almost means British English is.
What do Brits call groceries?
United Kingdom. In the United Kingdom, terms in common usage include “supermarket” (for larger grocery stores), and “corner shop”, “convenience shop”, or “grocery” (meaning a grocery shop) for smaller stores.