Definition of deli
Examples of deli in a Sentence
We bought sandwiches and drinks at the deli.
Recent Examples of deli from the Web
Quick orders of pickled daikon, pig’s ear slivers, and stewed bamboo shoots can be ordered straight from the deli case.
The company is also donating equipment for the kitchen renovations like a commercial-grade refrigerator, a deli-slicer, and about $6,000 worth of food to stock its pantry.
The store carries a range of products from fresh produce and dairy and deli products to an assortment of Natural Organic Specialty and Healthy options, also known as NOSH.
Sandwich: Grilled-Egg Salad A killer Jewish-deli upgrade.
Starting Friday, use a coupon at the New York-style deli chain to save $5 on any $20 purchase through July 4.
The Swiss center did a radio show Monday morning, met Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, visited a famous city deli to eat a new sandwich named after him and held his first major news conference at the Prudential Center, the home of the Devils.
In addition to the beer/wine bar, plans call for the Metro Market to have expanded produce, deli, bakery and floral areas.
Dimes is now a mini-empire of farmers’ market wizardry, with a restaurant (harissa salmon!), a boutique (palo santo sticks!), and an informal deli (supplies for the most photogenic picnic on earth!).
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Definition of deli for English Language Learners
: a store where you can buy foods (such as meats, cheese, salads, and sandwiches) that are already cooked or prepared
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