In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(mall/shopping) situado en las afueras(visitor) de fuera
- There isn't a level playing field, so competition between town centre and out-of-town shops is skewed in favour of the latter.
- It resembles any number of similar units to have sprung up in out-of-town business parks in the past decade.
- He frequently opens out-of-town newspapers and reads stories about himself.
- It never rains but it pours - this weekend sees three out-of-town spoken word artists popping up in Montreal.
- People can now shop around the clock - but only if they travel to the out-of-town superstores and shopping outlets.
- Residents commute to work in other towns and cities and shop at out-of-town retail parks and supermarkets or even on the Internet.
- Arrangements were then made to rendezvous the following day at hotels or out-of-town shopping centres where the deals were done.
- One option would be for it to move away from its business model as an out-of-town retailer by opening stores in urban areas.
- Most of these streetside vendors in Shanghai are out-of-town people.
- The retailers have already opened branches in the free-to-park out-of-town shopping centres.
- The out-of-town discount retailer has made two forays down the path of backwards integration.
- Recent years have seen the rise of online dealers and out-of-town car supermarkets.
- We only have to look to the success of out-of-town shopping and market towns to see that this is the case, so how would closing more streets help achieve this?
- Happily, it seems both city centre and out-of-town retailers were prospering at the same time.
- The trust, meanwhile, argues that a casino might take away some of the income that out-of-town visitors bring to the area.
- The in-town retailers complain about the effect the big out-of-town superstores have on their trade.
- They travel to the city of the out-of-town members when it's their turn to host.
- My oldest friend organized a dinner for us and all of our out-of-town guests.
- Some have been hard hit by major retail and out-of-town superstores.
- Too many out-of-town shopping centres and business parks have merely encouraged car-borne travellers.
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