one-stop

[wuhn-stop]
adjective
that can be accomplished in one stop: a store offering one-stop shopping.

Origin:
1930–35, Americanism

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one-stop
 
adj
having or providing a range of related services or goods in one place: a one-stop shop

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Example sentences
Call it a one-stop shop for beautiful, handmade gifts.
So even if they found the one-stop shopping, they don't spend enough time
  together to enjoy it.
Almost overnight, he hand-sculpted a one-stop two-hundred-reptile exhibit right
  across the road from me here.
His next idea was a one-stop, online financial-services company, offering
  everything from banking to insurance.
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