- nounADJECTIVE▪ average▪
what the average shopper spends her money on▪ frequent (AmE), regular (esp. BrE)▪ local▪ disabled, elderly (both esp. BrE)▪ late-night, morning, Saturday, weekend▪ Christmas, festive (BrE), holiday (AmE)▪ last-minute▪
last-minute shoppers on Christmas Eve▪ city-centre (BrE), downtown (AmE), town-centre (BrE)▪ personal (= sb you pay to do your shopping)▪ mystery, secret (= person who pretends to be a customer) (AmE)▪
A mystery shopper visits each branch every two weeks.▪ Internet, online, Web▪ grocery (AmE), mall (AmE), supermarket (esp. BrE)▪
We are a nation of supermarket shoppers.▪ savvy, smart (both esp. AmE)▪
A savvy shopper can purchase the gem for about €2 000 per carat.▪ compulsive, frantic, frenzied▪ serious▪
If you're a serious shopper, this is the credit card for you.▪ happy▪ fellow▪
I observed my fellow shoppers rushing from store to store.… OF SHOPPERS▪ crowds, throngs▪
The cheap deals brought out big crowds of shoppers.VERB + SHOPPER▪ be crowded with, be filled with, be packed with, be thronged with▪
The street was thronged with shoppers.▪ attract, draw, encourage, lure, persuade, tempt▪
special offers designed to tempt shoppers▪ deter (esp. BrE), discourage, drive away, put off (esp. BrE)SHOPPER + VERB▪ rush▪
Shoppers rushed to catch the sales.PHRASES▪ attractive to shoppers▪
Window displays are intended to be attractive to shoppers.
Collocations dictionary. 2013.