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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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emporiumem‧po‧ri‧um /ɪmˈpɔːriəm/ noun (plural emporiums or emporia /-riə/) [countable] old-fashioned  BBTSHOP/STOREa large shop
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emporiumThe Palace was an emporium dedicated to the palates of the cosmos.Y., an emporium that has sold laserdisc machines for years.Mathie was looking for work after he decided to pull the plug on the 20-year-old classic emporium.He made a number of further purchases at a confectioner's, a hardware shop and a luggage emporium.The new London store will have much in common with the Paris emporium, but will give men's fashion a much higher profile.A mere 99p from your local tack emporium Dolcis is launching a club tour.
From Longman Business Dictionaryemporiumem‧po‧ri‧um /ɪmˈpɔːriəm/ noun (plural emporia /-riə/) [countable] old-fashioned a large shopKennedy’s Furniture Emporium
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