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supercenter

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈsuːpəˌsentər/ ( also superstore) US COMMERCE
a very large supermarket that sells food and also a wide range of other products, usually at lower prices than other stores: The supercenter offers a full line of groceries, an optical department, a tire and oil-change department, a grill, portrait studio, hair salon, photo-processing lab, plus yogurt and cookie shops. Customers' enthusiasm for what superstores offer in terms of range and price is clear in the till receipts.
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