Definition of 'delicatessen'
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The fresh fruits are on sale for most of the year from greengrocers and delicatessens. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)Such trappings have been replaced by supermarket shelves and a delicatessen counter. Molly Keane's Ireland (1993)It also houses a delicatessen selling artisan produce and fine wines. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Dried fennel seeds may be purchased from most delicatessens and health food shops. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)Onlookers told how it swerved out of control and hit a lamppost and street signs before careering into a delicatessen. The Sun (2008)The oil is obtainable from delicatessens, grocers and health shops. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)Even the local delicatessens are not immune to the trend towards pre-made food. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Several delicatessens have asked to stock her products after seeing them on sale at the market, and she is in the process of branding and relabelling. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Sliced cold meats from the delicatessen counters are believed to have been the source of the infection, and have since been withdrawn. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'delicatessen'
British English: delicatessen /ˌdɛlɪkəˈtɛsn/ NOUN
A delicatessen is a shop that sells unusual or foreign foods.
- American English: delicatessen
- Arabic: مَحَلٌّ يَبِيعُ أَطْعَمَةً أَجْنَبِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: delicatessen
- Chinese: 熟食店
- Croatian: delikatesa
- Czech: lahůdky
- Danish: delikatesse
- Dutch: delicatessenwinkel
- European Spanish: tienda de delicatessen
- Finnish: herkkukauppa
- French: épicerie fine
- German: Feinkostgeschäft
- Greek: ντελικατέσεν
- Italian: negozio di gastronomia
- Japanese: デリカテッセン
- Korean: 조제식품
- Norwegian: delikatesseforretning
- Polish: delikatesy
- European Portuguese: delicatessen
- Romanian: magazin de delicatese
- Russian: магазин деликатесов
- Spanish: charcutería
- Swedish: delikatessaffär
- Thai: ร้านอาหารที่นำเข้าจากต่างประเทศเช่น ไส้กรอก เนื้อรมควันและอื่นๆ
- Turkish: şarküteri
- Ukrainian: делікатеси
- Vietnamese: cửa hàng bán các món ăn lạ
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