superstore

[soo-per-stawr, ‐stohr]
noun
a very large store, especially one stocking a wide variety of merchandise.

Origin:
1940–45

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superstore (ˈsuːpəˌstɔː)
 
n
a very large supermarket, often selling household goods, clothes, etc, as well as food

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Example sentences
It wanted to be the first online, delivery-based nationwide superstore, selling
  everything from beans to boom boxes.
The limits of the robotic online superstore are drawn by old-fashioned human
  fallibility.
Some thought the superstore's collapse would bring better tidings for smaller
  shops.
Especially since superstore salespeople tend to be far less knowledgeable.
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