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English definition of “warehouse club”

warehouse club

noun [C]
 
 
US COMMERCE
an organization with very large stores where customers who are members can buy large quantities of products at low prices, also used to refer to the store itself: Customers are charged a small annual fee to have full access to the low-price deals the warehouse club has to offer. → Compare cash-and-carry noun, warehouse store
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