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a retail store that sells a limited assortment of basic grocery items, often, as at a warehouse, displayed in their original cartons in order to lower costs and prices.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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They're hoping that once you've filled up you'll pull around to their supermarket or big
and do some more shopping.
There was no such thing as a supermarket or big-
If you have a car, buy groceries and gas at a big
farther into town rather than paying a premium near your hotel.
We'll also take trips to forage for food, venturing beyond the supermarket and big
in search of the real thing.
The definition or perhaps the description of a big-
can be better understood through its product category.
No need to drive to a big-
and stand in line.
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