Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Shopping"

The meaning of "Shopping" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does underwater shopping mean?
A: Do you think it was "underwear shopping"? haha
Q: What does Instagram’s shopping feature has been in testing at Shopify throughout 2017, but this most recent expansion will essential open the floodgates to a much broader user population. mean?
A: yes, by 'open the floodgates' they are also saying this feature will increase instagram's user base (more merchants and shoppers will use the app once it can be used for purchases instead of only sharing pictures) which is likely the goal of the update
Q: What does When I don't feel very good, I go shopping and spoil myself. mean?
A: They go shopping and buy things to distract themselves when they feel bad.
To spoil yourself means to treat yourself, but usually excessively.
Q: What does shopping centers 〜 battery down. までの意味がわかりません。 mean?
A: It means that the battery discharged, lost its charge, because they left the lights on, using electricity from the battery. Because the car was not charging the battery, you say the battery "ran down".
Q: What does swim shopping mean?
A: @xuezhizhang: to go shopping for swimming attire

Example sentences using "Shopping"

Q: Please show me example sentences with how( )going shopping at the department store next sunday?.
A: how (about) going shopping at the department store next sunday?
Q: Please show me example sentences with shopping.
A: "Do you want to go shopping?" "I went shopping today."
Q: Please show me example sentences with go shopping and Taobao.
A: 阿里巴巴
Q: Please show me example sentences with Shall we go shopping?.
A: 1. Since it is a holiday and you do not have to attend school.... Shall we go shopping instead?

2. Shall we go shopping? I am so bored of sitting around the house doing nothing!!!

3. Shall we go shopping? It is almost Christmas time and I want to buy a present for my mom!
Q: Please show me example sentences with How about going for a shopping?.
A: We do not say "How about going for a shopping in English."

Instead we say "How about going shopping?"

Synonyms of "Shopping" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Rather than going to the shopping mall, I went to a small market closed to my house and Instead of going to the shopping mall, I went to a small market closed to my house ?
A: It's "close" instead of closed, (..I went to a small market close to my house) but I suggest that you change it to "near". "Rather than going to the shopping mall, I went to a small market near my house" or "instead of going to the shopping mall, I went to a small market near my house". And I think they are both correct.
Q: What is the difference between shopping mall across town and shopping mall around the town ?
A: "Shopping mall around the town" doesn't make sense unless there was a giant shopping mall that completely surrounded the town.
Q: What is the difference between do the shopping and go shopping ?
A: I've heard 'do the shopping' used when someone is doing an errand, like buying their kids snow pants or getting groceries.

"I'll do the shopping if you pick up the dry cleaning."

Going shopping is usually for fun or for yourself.

"I'm going shopping after class with Katie."

Q: What is the difference between I can't be bothered to go to the shopping mall. and I don't want to bother to go to the shopping mall. ?
A: I can't be bothered is a phrase used to mean you are too busy to do whatever it is you can't bothered to do. I don't want to bother to go would mean you don't feel like going or you are not in the mood to go. But normally people will just say I don't feel like going to the mall rather than I don't want to bother. Sorry if this is confusing
Q: What is the difference between to go shopping and go to shopping ?
A: "To go shopping" or "to go to the shops"

Translations of "Shopping"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? торговый центр (shopping centre or department store? what's the difference?)
A: A mall typically is a collection of shops, different brands, long corridors you walk by the shops. There companies rent space in the mall owners. There is a food court, nails salons etc.

A department store is run by ONE company (Debenhams, Marks and Spencer).
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? which one is correct? : The new shopping mall is located in the (outskirts / outside) of our city.
A: It depends on where the mall is "Outskirts" refers to the outer part of the city, but "outside" means it isn't in the city. Both are correct, but location matters.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? while I was shopping on E-bay, I crushed to a sentence which is 'Standard text rates may apply '. what does that mean? Do i have to pay when I get a message from someone?
A: It just means that you may be charged a fee depending on your cell phone plan. Most plans in US don't charge you since texting (SMS) is almost always free. So basically don't worry about it.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When I am shopping and actually I am not looking for any specific product, the salesperson comes and asks "can I help you?" What should I say properly?
A: "When I am shopping and actually I am not looking for any specific product" - this is called "window shopping".

"The salesperson comes and asks 'Can I help you?' " - you can say, "No thanks. I'm just looking (or browsing)."
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I'm going to shopping ?
A: I'm going shopping.

I'm going to go shopping.

Other questions about "Shopping"

Q: I went to shopping mall to buy some cloths for an interview. But It took about long time that's why it was about 1.7km just one way from my house. Does this sound natural?
A: "I went to the mall to buy some clothes for an interview, but it took a long time because it was 1.7km away from my house"
Q: I used to do some shopping on Sunday,but now is Saturday. Does this sound natural?
A: A more natural way might be:
I used to do some shopping every Sunday, but now I go on Saturdays.
Or
I used to do my shopping on a Sunday, but now I go on Saturday.

There are quite a few ways to say it really - the first part of your sentence isn't incorrect, but the second part 'but now is Saturday' doesn't make sense. You could say 'but now it's Saturday', but that might imply the date today is Saturday, so it'd be better to say 'but now I go on Saturday'.
Q: when can we go shopping?
when do you go shopping?
when will you go shopping?
when can we go back?
when do we go back?
when will we go back?

are they natural?
A: Yep, they seem all natural to me.
Q: I went to shopping yesterday to buy presents for my friends. Does this sound natural?
A: I went shopping yesterday to buy presents for my friends. だからすぐに追加しないでください初めに
Q: I went to lunch and shopping with my younger sister today. Does this sound natural?
A: I had lunch with my younger sister today and we also went out shopping.

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