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shopping centre in Trade topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshopping centreˈshopping ˌcentre British English, shopping center American English ●●● S3 noun [countable]  BBTSHOP/STOREa group of shops together in one area, often in one large building
Examples from the Corpus
shopping centreIt is an old market town with a good shopping centre.When it would not light they ran off, leaving the injured boy in a shed near a Leeds shopping centre.Where new road patterns or a new shopping centre affect trade, appeal.Similarly a group of retailers located in a particular shopping centre may combine forces to advertise that centre as a whole.I ended up dining in a Pizza Hut in the basement of the shopping centre, the only customer in the place.Six others were found and made safe after a nineteen hour search of the shopping centre.He had to go through the shopping centre to get there, and the market-place.The Tropical Plants experts as the team was to be called were all seen tending the plants throughout the shopping centre.