Translation of megastore in Spanish:

megastore

supertienda, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɛɡəstɔː//ˈmɛɡəˌstɔr/

noun

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    supertienda feminine
    megatienda feminine
    • But step into one of today's megastores and you don't know where to begin.
    • I ask where the evidence is that any of the communities that have been blessed by the presence of a megastore in recent years have actually benefited.
    • Those smaller stores, not to mention mom-and-pop operations in provincial towns, are threatened by the big international megastores.
    • Both his extraordinary outfits that day ought to be on sale in the megastore soon.
    • We used to go to the corner shop - we now go to the megastore.
    • Their megastore in the Flaggs shopping complex in Shinjuku does have a large imported section and is open from 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. daily.
    • How does a small business that retails foodstuffs and other such products survive economically when surrounded by megastores?
    • The home-improvement megastore, which replaced a vacant Sears store, is the first development of its kind in the neighborhood in years.
    • Still, we in New York are at a disadvantage, in that we lack the sprawling megastores with their extensive options, including takeout and eat-in stations.
    • Tomorrow, voters will determine if the company can build and operate a megastore and a number of chain shops in this city of 112,000.
    • According to Klein's carefully researched book, some 27 million workers in more than 70 Third World countries are now turning out the bulk of the brand-name merchandise on display in the malls and megastores of the West.
    • As a result, books at these megastores have a very short shelf life, or maybe no life at all; the publication of some titles is canceled before that point if the chains don't come through with a large enough advance order.
    • This suggests the new megastore is humming with estimated weekly sales of 1.9m a week - that's 100m annually.
    • Visitors, especially schoolchildren, come to see historic York, not megastores bringing more traffic and pollution.
    • Israel looks and feels like California; there are housing developments and big-box megastores, and the traffic is terrible.
    • Suburban shopping invited first the supermarket, then the megastore.
    • Both chains recently launched jazzy new megastores.
    • We bite into an allegedly ripe, tomato-looking something-or-other from the megastore and we are saddened by its utter lack of substance.
    • A trip to one of Edmonton's entertainment megastores confirms our shortage of sophisticated electronics.
    • Last September, though, the discounter opened the first of what is expected to be about 15 megastores ringing Cincinnati.