Phrasal verb: shop around

‘Making an expensive purchase’ is another way of saying ‘buying something expensive’.

shop around – to compare the price and quality of the same or similar items in a variety of shops before deciding which one to buy

Do you usually shop around before buying something expensive?
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What was the last thing you shopped around for? πŸ€”

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