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sweet shop

n
1. (Commerce) Brit a shop solely or largely selling sweets, esp boiled sweets
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Translations

sweet shop

n (Brit) → negozio di dolciumi
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The Departments spokesman told media persons that PFA teams during routine checking sealed Usama Abassi general store and Al Hamra Karyana store for selling illegal Gutka while one sweet shop was also sealed as its administration failed to maintain the food standards.
SARGODHA -- A 25-year-old man died allegedly due to police torture during investigation of a robbery in a sweet shop situated in the precincts of the City Police.
A marked downturn in business is behind a traditional Stirling sweet shop closing its doors after eight years in the city centre.