minimarket


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minimarket

(ˈmɪnɪˌmɑːkɪt) or

minimart

n
(Commerce) a small supermarket
Translations

minimarket

[ˈmɪnɪˌmɑːkɪt] minimart [ˈmɪnɪˌmɑːt] Nautoservicio m

minimarket

[ˈmɪnɪˌmɑːkɪt] nminimarket m inv
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The Life THE GOOD LIFE Saving the planet is all in a day's work at the The Good Life, a minimal-waste minimarket that aims to cut single-plastic use.
He will stand trial along with co-defendants Aram Kurd, 34, from Hillary Place, Leicester, and Arkan Ali, 37, of Drake Close, Oldham over the deadly explosion in a minimarket in Leicester on Sunday, February 25, reports LeicestershireLive.
Mangla Dodiya, 56, and her husband Bharat, 55, have been the owners of Pembroke Minimarket inCardifffor 21 years and have been providing a friendly service for the community ofCantonduring that time.
In Indonesia there are several brands of minimarket, but there is intense competition between two major brands, namely Alfamart (A) and Indomaret (I).
By using their smartphone, customers enter a minimarket in Seattle.
Summary: The Health Ministry ordered the closure of a minimarket in the eastern Bekaa region Monday after seven people were reporded to have suffered food poisoning from chicken purchased there.
The disused textile factory was only yards from the busy Great Hampton Row, blocks of flats, a Tesco minimarket and The Church bar and nightclub.
JA Minimarket on, Welbeck Road is at risk of losing its licence after 62 bottles of fake vodka were discovered by Trading Standards
There will be a chance to purchase gifts, accessories and cupcakes from local traders in a minimarket place environment with an early festive theme for those attending to start their Christmas shopping.
At Rhyl Minimarket on Wellington Road, officers arrested a 21-year-old Iranian man who was working illegally.
Finally, when the TNT vehicle slowed down close to a minimarket in Blackburn, the lad casually hopped off.
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