Did you mayhaps mean tuck-shop?
- n. UK, Australia, New Zealand a shop selling confectionery, especially one in or near a school.
- n. a candy store in Great Britain
- From tuck ("snack food") + shop. (Wiktionary)
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Well-known phrases in Irish English that aren't understood in American English.
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