In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1frente masculino(de una tienda) fachada femeninobefore noun storefront church — iglesia que se reúne en establecimientos comerciales
- storefront office — oficina donde los diputados atienden las consultas de los ciudadanos de su circunscripción
- They've recently opened a storefront on Centre Street North - no milling or baking at this site, but plenty of baked goods and free slices available.
- There was scarcely a trickle of street traffic on a recent Saturday afternoon, and no pedestrian in sight entering the handful of bars, the storefront church, or the thrift stores.
- Lining its streets are storefront retailers selling ethnic foods, jewelry, and clothes.
- The urban project site, amid low-rise storefronts and mid-rise medical buildings, was definitely not a garden spot.
- An adorable addition to the storefronts in the historic part of town, this little shop has matching clothes for dogs and owners, as well as gourmet foods, toys, etc.
- Most amenities are within walking distance, however, the amount of empty storefronts and junk shops is astounding.
- Its weathered Main Street storefront location houses three gallery spaces that typically feature both a local or regional artist and a group show, many of which fall into the realm of outsider art.
- Over half of Commercial Drive storefronts, between Venables and Broadway, now sell food, either as restaurants, take-outs, bakeries, cafés, or convenience or produce stores.
- I've joined a food co-op with a storefront on Agricola Street that aims to supply local and organic food at affordable prices.
- Their home is one of an isolated clutch of doleful, boxy structures, their alimentary needs met by a tiny storefront shop, their streets unlit, even unpaved.
- The storefront has a warm and accessible beer house feel, and with the addition of big windows, the whole place has an atmosphere of openness and transparency.
- In the late 1990s, city officials began to revitalize the area by renovating storefronts and encouraging the growth of local businesses, including restaurants and boutiques.
- He spent time in the coffee shops and storefronts, building relationships.
- This gave ample room for the platoon to train in more than 150 different types of buildings ranging from farmhouses and residential houses to commercial storefronts and walled compounds.
- Small companies in Brooklyn have been pretty much restricted to storefronts and church basements.
- The restaurant occupies a matchbox-size space among the storefront shops on Sullivan Street.
- In the early 1990s, the city began to be discovered by gay and lesbian investors who were interested in the relatively cheap but architecturally worthy housing stock and vacant storefronts that were on offer.
- Will you operate out of a storefront or office building?
- Cody had never been in this area of the city and he was amazed by the many storefronts that lined the street all crowded by people on their way to various locations.
- The natural food markets of today are not the tiny storefronts of yesteryear, but full-service supermarkets, with vigorous competition among giant national chains.
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