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supermarket

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈsuːpəˌmɑːkɪt/ COMMERCE
a large store that sells food and other goods for the home: Booksellers are facing increasing competition from online retailers and supermarkets, which charge less for bestsellers.at/from a supermarket Cod from the supermarket costs about $1 per pound more than at a fish market. a supermarket price war a big/large/major supermarket a supermarket chain/group/giant supermarket shelves/checkouts/trolleys →  See also financial supermarket
Translations of “supermarket”
in Korean 슈퍼마켓…
in Arabic سوبر مارْكِت…
in French supermarché…
in Turkish büyük bakkal, süpermarket…
in Italian supermercato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 超級市場,超市…
in Russian супермаркет…
in Polish supermarket…
in Spanish supermercado…
in Portuguese supermercado…
in German der Supermarkt…
in Catalan supermercat…
in Japanese スーパー(マーケット)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 超级市场,超市…
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