Translation of hypermarket in Spanish:

hypermarket

hipermercado, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhʌɪpəmɑːkɪt//ˈhaɪpərˌmɑrkət/

noun

British

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    hipermercado masculine
    • Speculation that the changes would pave the way for vast continental-style hypermarkets outside city centres was inaccurate.
    • The remainder is sold through western-style supermarkets, hypermarkets and privatised local stores called Gastronom or Producty.
    • There are an abundance of new stores, supermarkets and hypermarkets.
    • The outlets it now controls include five hypermarkets, 27 supermarkets, 389 convenience stores and eight drug stores.
    • If they all close down because of competition from big hypermarkets five miles outside town, and you haven't got a car, what do you do?
    • But like any other nation in the western world, France has its share of unimaginative hotel chains, fast food stores and hypermarkets.
    • It will have 140 retail outlets, a hypermarket and 12 cinema theatres, including the country's first 3D IMAX cinema, with 800 seats.
    • In addition to department stores and specialty chain stores, hypermarkets are proliferating in Taiwan.
    • It is here they need assistance if they are not to be crushed by the hypermarket and chain store.
    • Large hypermarkets and stores already offer POS terminals mainly because of two reasons.
    • By all means drive to the out-of-town hypermarket for your bulk shopping.
    • Calais, with a new array of quality hypermarkets and malls, has far more to offer than you first think.
    • The Shanghai-based retailer operates 2,706 outlets, including hypermarkets, supermarkets and convenience stores.
    • But Tesco's market dominance doesn't stop at the supermarkets or the hypermarkets.
    • Some critics are not convinced that future shoppers will abandon malls and hypermarkets.
    • Streams of people packed hypermarkets, supermarkets and convenience stores to stockpile household necessities.
    • The hypermarket's car park lot will provide space for 70 cars.
    • We are pretty happy with how we are developing two of our main formats, the hypermarkets and the hard discount stores.
    • The produce and fish departments at Carrefour's Chinese hypermarkets resemble traditional outdoor markets.
    • It is less common to have free access in a store, although the growth of large hypermarkets and shopping malls is changing this custom.