Definition of 'supermarket'
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Example sentences containing 'supermarket'
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I drove to the office for something to do and picked up some beer from the supermarket on the corner. BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)But Kenworthy did not know much more than could help him round a supermarket shelf. DISPLACED PERSON (2002)She had bought the soap in the supermarket with Prentice's money. FIELD OF BLOOD (2002)
No man had told her she was beautiful in years, let alone in a supermarket. KING OF THE MOUNTAIN (2002)
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Translations for 'supermarket'
British English: supermarket /ˈsuːpəˌmɑːkɪt/ NOUN
A supermarket is a large shop which sells all kinds of food and some household goods.
Most of us do our food shopping in the supermarket.
- American English: supermarket
- Arabic: مَتْجَرٌ كَبِير
- Brazilian Portuguese: supermercado
- Chinese: 超级市场
- Croatian: supermarket
- Czech: supermarket
- Danish: supermarked
- Dutch: supermarkt
- European Spanish: supermercado
- Finnish: supermarket
- French: supermarché
- German: Supermarkt
- Greek: σουπερμάρκετ
- Italian: supermercato
- Japanese: スーパーマーケット
- Korean: 슈퍼마켓
- Norwegian: supermarked
- Polish: supermarket
- European Portuguese: supermercado
- Romanian: supermarket
- Russian: универсам
- Spanish: supermercado
- Swedish: snabbköp
- Thai: ซูเปอร์มาร์เก็ต
- Turkish: süpermarket
- Ukrainian: супермаркет
- Vietnamese: siêu thị
Definition of supermarket from the Collins English Dictionary
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