DictionaryLook it upWe couldn't find a definition. Try searching the web forbou·tique[bo͞oˈtēk]✕PlayNOUNboutique (noun) · boutiques (plural noun)
ORIGINmid 18th century: from French, ‘small shop’, via Latin from Greek apothēkē ‘storehouse’. Compare with bodega.More definitions and word originNew content will be added above the current area of focus upon selectionSee lessTranslate boutique toNo translation found.Your Recent SearchesWords you've searched will appear here
- a small store selling fashionable clothes or accessories.synonyms:store · retail store · outlet · retail outlet · reseller · cash and carry ·salon · parlor · establishment · emporium · department store · supermarket · hypermarket · superstore · warehouse club · warehouse · factory outlet · chain store · mall · shopping mall · shopping center · retail center · megastore · bargain basement · concession · market · mart · stall · stand · booth · counter · trading post · multiple (shop/store) · lockup · minimart · convenience store · mini-mall
- a business or establishment that is small and sophisticated or fashionable:"a boutique film" ·"a small investment boutique"
Nov 25, 2003 · What Is a Boutique? A boutique is a small financial firm that provides specialized services for a particular segment of the market.
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Define Boutique. An eclectic collection of fashionable clothing, jewelry, scarves, caps, and trendy accessories mixed with home decor, gifts, and antiques.