Recent Examples of supermarket from the Web
The e-commerce company Thursday laid out its initial vision for the $13.7 billion takeover of the supermarket, which goes into effect on Monday.
The church buys food by the case from Publix and other supermarkets.
Once upon a time, teenagers simply got a paper route or worked at the supermarket to earn a little spending cash.
Major supermarket chains in Belgium, including Delhaize and Colruyt, have stopped selling eggs from affected farms.
In Louisville, lower income neighborhoods are known to have fewer supermarket options than neighborhoods of higher incomes.
Workers hurried past me, clutching supermarket sandwiches and precariously positioned takeaway coffee cups in the same hand.
Early trendsetters like Evil Twin Brewing and Mikkeller of Copenhagen and Stillwater Artisanal of Baltimore built themselves into international brands through sales in bars, supermarkets and beer stores.
Amazon’s recent purchase of Whole Foods intimates that even supermarkets may one day go the way of blacksmiths and soda fountains.
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First Known Use of supermarket
SUPERMARKET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of supermarket for English Language Learners
: a store where customers can buy a variety of foods and usually household items
SUPERMARKET Defined for Kids
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