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bo·de·ga

 (bō-dā′gə)
n.
1. A small grocery store that specializes in products from the Caribbean and Latin America.
2. A warehouse for the storage of wine.

[Spanish, from Latin apothēca, storehouse; see apothecary.]

bodega

(bəʊˈdiːɡə; Spanish boˈðeɣa)
n
(Commerce) a shop selling wine and sometimes groceries, esp in a Spanish-speaking country
[C19: from Spanish, ultimately from Greek apothēkē storehouse, from apotithenai to store, put away]

bo•de•ga

(boʊˈdeɪ gə)

n., pl. -gas.
1. (esp. among Spanish-speaking Americans) a grocery store.
2. a wineshop.
3. a warehouse for storing or aging wine.
[< American Spanish, Sp < Latin apothēca storehouse; see apothecary]

bodega

A Spanish word meaning wineshop, used to mean a grocery store that sells wine.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bodega - a small Hispanic shop selling wine and groceries
shop, store - a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"
Translations

bodega

[bəʊˈdeɪgə] N (= grocery shop) → almacén m, tienda f de ultramarinos

bodega

n (US) → Bodega f
References in classic literature ?
Well, one day all the folks was goin' away--that was over somewhere at a place called Bodega, where they'd settled after comin' down from Oregon.
I'm always looking for summer wines, and these two from Bodegas Gramona are good choices.
Bodegas are small mom and pop stores replete with products from snacks and drinks to sandwiches and hair gel.
Podreis visitar las bodegas Emina, Matarromera y Renta mientras catais sus excelentes vinos y os alojais en un coqueto hotel rural, el Emina.
This is why in the Philippines in the late 1990s, Bodegas Fundador, the oldest and largest brandy producer of Jerez, now owned by the listed company chaired by tycoon Andrew L.
In Latino literature more generally, bodegas are meeting places for nostalgia, for connecting to relatives through new immigrants, and for surviving cultural dislocation in hostile cities.
Terlato Wines established a partnership with Bodegas Valdemar to import its wines from the Spanish appellation of Rioja into the U.
I used to walk the vineyards with my dad and uncles who owned bodegas as well, but my dad sent me to Madrid to study engineering, and I stayed there until I was able to establish my own bodega in '88," Moro said.
Actually, it was one of the first general agents to provide a market for bodegas.
NEW YORK -- There are reportedly more than 13,000 small Hispanic convenience stores--or bodegas, from the Spanish In bodega--scattered across New York City.
Esta CA se compone de dos bodegas de materias primas (una para cada proveedor), una bodega de producto terminado (fabrica) y tres bodegas de distribucion (mayoristas).