Translation of five-and-dime in Spanish:


baratillo, n.


Pronunciation /ˌfaɪv ən ˈdaɪm///



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    baratillo masculine
    • They realized that the store needed to evolve to meet the needs of modern consumers, and so in 1986, Chesterton's hometown five-and-dime metamorphosed into a craft store.
    • ‘We lost most of our merchandise in the fire, and there was little that we could save,’ he said, adding that he had a five-and-dime store prior to the fire.
    • The ceramics and glassware made for these changing fashions in eating and drinking were available in a wide range of prices and could be purchased in department stores or the newly popular five-and-dime stores.
    • The building, at 151-153 Main Street, was formerly a five-and-dime store.
    • Sam Walton reinvented logistics, turning a five-and-dime into Wal-Mart Stores Inc, which draws almost 140 million shoppers a week.
    • The bailiff was dressed in dark navy blue, his only marks of authority a silver badge pinned above his left breast and a pair of handcuffs, both of which looked like they could have been purchased at a five-and-dime.
    • The building they chose was originally a five-and-dime store and most recently a jewelry wholesaler.
    • Noted children's book author/artist Demi became curious about Buddhism at the age of 3, when she bought a statue of Buddha at a five-and-dime store.
    • ‘After I opened, the theater, the hardware store, the five-and-dime, and the restaurant all closed,’ she says.
    • One of my nicest memories was going to the five-and-dime with my mother.
    • ‘I want to be a bus conductor and open my own five-and-dime store with my savings,’ he said.
    • She had stopped in at the five-and-dime to get cleaning supplies.
    • ‘This was at his original five-and-dime store on the square,’ he recalls.
    • For example, why not stop in at the five-and-dime and buy regular items - colorful string, or a Plexiglas box - and ask your artists to create something holiday-themed in their own individual way?
    • In addition, ‘a lot of five-and-dime stores have wooden or plastic massage devices - they're easy to keep in your office.’