Definition of superstore
: a very large store often offering a wide variety of merchandise for sale
Recent Examples of superstore from the Web
Throughout that block of time, the online superstore will offer more than 100,000 deals for Amazon Prime members.
China's top online retailers and U.S. superstore giant Walmart are scrambling to satisfy the voracious appetites of consumers excited about the first American beef to arrive in the world's most populous nation in 14 years.
From coast to coast, Americans along the eclipse path will be hiking up mountain trails, camping in fields, pulled over in superstore parking lots, idling on roadsides—
Unfortunately, the fourth wheel also increases the turning circle to 65.0 inches, 23 inches greater than the Buzzaround’s, and enough to make turnarounds in the aisles at a local Meijer superstore three-point affairs.
Mitsuwa Marketplace, a Japanese food hall and superstore, is part of a shopping complex on River Road that caters to the area’s large East Asian population.
Cavender's first Alabama location will open this week by the state's only Cabela's superstore in Huntsville.
Each is no larger than 40,000 square feet, compared with Target's 175,000-square-foot superstores.
Total Wine & More, a fast-growing chain of liquor superstores that has four outlets in Connecticut, argued that the state's regulatory scheme that sets minimum prices for wine and spirits violates U.S. antitrust laws.
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Definition of superstore for English Language Learners
: a very large store that sells a wide variety of goods
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