Could someone, please, add Latin translation of this word?
I'm not happy with some of the Spanish translations provided for "shop" : "changarro" is not any shop but a "small shop" in Mexico ; "pulpuría" is not any shop but a "grocery" in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Honduras. Also, "almacén" IS any shop, but in Colombia. So these translations need some accuracy and pulpería should be deleted, since it is already included as a translation for grocery. Andresalvarez 19:01, 12 May 2007 (UTC)
Kept. See archived discussion of August 2008. 06:01, 6 September 2008 (UTC)
- This is very old-fashioned. I haven't heard it for over 50 years. Typically, you would call it in a small, local shop where the owner was in the residential part of the building at the time. SemperBlotto (talk) 10:12, 19 April 2016 (UTC)
Another missing transitive verb?
- Angela Lee '14-'15, who shopped the course and hopes to enroll, said that it was “unfortunate” so many people wanted to take a course […]
- Luo said she only shopped the course for 15 minutes because “there was no point in staying” when she could not even see the professor.