Definition of ''Combined Shop''
Got a question for the definition of ''combined shop'' and if the term is usable in the sentence that means as below.
- I have a plan for opening a shop in a big city, which will hold separate spaces both for kids and pet dogs since I like peg dogs and kids as well.
So I like to open a combined shop serving both as a cafe for kids and a pet shop.
In above case like providing separate spaces for kids and for pet dogs at one shop, can i describe this shop as a ''combined shop'' ?
I will really appreciate if you will give me confirmation on this.
Thanks in advance.
Re: Definition of ''Combined Shop''
To me "combined shop" makes it sound as if it is a shop combined with something else.
Originally Posted by merry 07
I would call it a "dual-function shop", a "multi-purpose shop" or even just a "kids/dogs shop"!
It could be described as a "combination kids' cafe and pet shop", but I don't think you can simply shorten that to "combination shop". Usually when a shop sells/provides 2 similar or unrelated items or services, those services are mentioned when describing the shop.
"I'm going to the kitchen/bathroom furniture shop."
"He's popping down to the little food and alcohol shop on the corner."
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