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shopping centre

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Trade
shopping 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.
From Longman Business Dictionaryshopping centreˈshopping ˌcentre British English, shopping center American EnglishCOMMERCE a group of shops built together in one area, often under one roofThe complex will include a shopping center and luxury apartments. centre
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