pawnshop

[pawn-shop]
noun
the shop of a pawnbroker, especially one where unredeemed items are displayed and sold.

Origin:
1840–50; pawn1 + shop

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pawnshop (ˈpɔːnˌʃɒp)
 
n
the premises of a pawnbroker

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Example sentences
Its neighbours are a pawnshop, a petrol station and a couple of fast-food restaurants.
Enclosed is a copy to be submitted before a pawnshop begins operation.
If the loan is not repaid, the pawnshop can keep and sell the pawned property.
The law also sets the maximum interest rate a pawnshop may charge on loans.
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