shop around

This page is about the phrasal verb shop around.

Meaning: If you shop around, you go to several shops to find the lowest price for something you want.

For example:

  • shop around Once you've decided what sort of camera you want, shop around to find the best price.

  • shop around When I was young, I'd always shop around to get the best price, but these days I don't have time to shop around.

Quick Quiz:

Jamie always shops around when he wants to buy

a. a bottle of beer

b. a new computer

c. a bar of chocolate

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Contributor: Matt Errey