[kuh m-par-uh-suh n-shop] /kəmˈpær ə sənˌʃɒp/

verb (used without object), comparison-shopped, comparison-shopping.
to compare prices and quality of competing merchandise.
verb (used with object), comparison-shopped, comparison-shopping.
to compare prices and quality of merchandise in (competing stores) to determine the best value.
to compare prices and quality of (competing merchandise).


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