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mini-mall

Syllabification: min·i-mall
Pronunciation: /ˈminēmôl
 
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Definition of mini-mall in English:

noun

North American
A shopping mall containing a relatively small number of retail outlets and with access to each shop from the outside rather than from an interior hallway.
Example sentences
  • How many more mini-malls and big-box outlets do we need?
  • There are golf courses, paintballing centres, go-karting tracks, amusement parks, ploughman's lunches, morris dancers, craft shops - even rural mini-malls for those who measure their enjoyment by credit card.
  • Kiko and Jason, meanwhile, wandered off into another section of Music Mart, a mini-mall consisting only of musical instruments and equipment, of which Mike's Drum World was but one store.

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