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mall

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmallmall /mɔːl, mæl $ mɒːl/ ●●● S3 W3 noun [countable] especially American English  SHOP/STOREa large area where there are a lot of shops, usually a covered area where cars are not allowed syn shopping centre Let’s meet at the mall and go see a movie. a huge new shopping mall strip mall
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mallThey look upward to the canopy three stories above that arches over the length of the four-block mall.Designers have been at pains to ensure the Cornmill is not just a covered shopping mall.She hears immigrant lovers cry in crowded shopping malls.a huge new shopping mallIt has sprouted shopping malls, discos and nightclubs, beauty salons, gymnasia, news kiosks, coffee shops.Their goal is to become the one-stop shopping mall of cyberspace.I don't work shopping malls.They talked strategy and philosophy, waiting for the gun to arrive in the mall.As we stroll through the mall we can see signs of the opposite problem.shopping mallThe typical retail pushcart is set up in the open areas of a shopping mall or strip mall.She hears immigrant lovers cry in crowded shopping malls.The huge shopping mall near my home is a place I rarely visit any more.It has sprouted shopping malls, discos and nightclubs, beauty salons, gymnasia, news kiosks, coffee shops.Their goal is to become the one-stop shopping mall of cyberspace.Or like those journalists who only know the shopping malls of power.Even now, he had never returned to the shopping mall.I don't work shopping malls.
Mall, TheThe MallMall, The  1 a straight road in central London that connects buckingham palace and trafalgar square. Whenever there is a royal wedding, funeral, or similar occasion, the royal family travels slowly along it, and many people come to watch. compare Pall Mall2 a park in Washington, D.C., which is surrounded by the washington monument and several famous museums, including the smithsonian institution. It is used for picnics, games, and concerts.From Longman Business DictionaryLBED_20_amallmall /mɔːl, mælmɒːl/ noun [countable] especially American English (also shopping mall)COMMERCE a large area where there are lots of shops, usually a covered area where cars cannot go outlet mall strip mall
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