Definition of one-stop in English:

one-stop

adjective

  • (of a store or other business) capable of supplying all a customer's needs within a particular range of goods or services.

    ‘one-stop shopping’
    • ‘The Internet is becoming the one-stop shop for virtually everything.’
    • ‘The €3m internet site was meant to act as a one-stop shop for information on the health services.’
    • ‘For parents, it will mean more of a one-stop shop instead of dealing with a range of people.’
    • ‘The plan is now on sale priced £10 at First Point, Sheffield's one-stop shop for all council services.’
    • ‘Craven District Council has mooted the idea of creating a one-stop shop for council services as part of the Renaissance Town project.’
    • ‘Visitors to the Three Peaks area of the Yorkshire Dales are being offered a new one-stop shop service to help them make the most of their holiday.’
    • ‘One official last night described the new agency as a potential one-stop shop for government agencies seeking funds.’
    • ‘The company claims to provide a one-stop shop service and counts BASF and Roche among its clients.’
    • ‘The new, one-stop shop will, I believe, be much better for the complaints system than the one we presently have.’
    • ‘It wants to see the building turned into a business centre, with broadband provision, or perhaps a one-stop shop for council services.’
    • ‘It also makes us a one-stop shop that can service all our customers' needs.’
    • ‘The new service is designed to be a one-stop shop of expert advice on all aspects of the music business connecting musicians and music fans to those in the know.’
    • ‘It will be used as a one-stop shop for information on municipal services.’
    • ‘The custom built dealership served as a one-stop shop for motorists.’
    • ‘A one-stop shop for products, services, fashion and styling, with professional help.’
    • ‘All local government services are to be housed in a new one-stop shop facility which will open its doors next week.’
    • ‘Ambitious plans for a one-stop shop transforming customer access to York council services have been stalled amid rising cost fears.’
    • ‘They were supposed to be one-stop shops wherein with all sorts of civic services could be provided.’
    • ‘It aims to be a one-stop shop for advice on the music business, connecting musicians to those in the know.’
    • ‘And while comprehensive, the new site is more a starting point than a one-stop shop.’

Pronunciation:

one-stop

/ˈwən ˈˌstäp/