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food hall

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Definition of food hall in English:

noun

British
A large section of a department store, where food is sold.
Example sentences
  • The gateway facility could eventually include a livestock sales area, pens, parking, retail outlets and a food hall selling local produce.
  • It included 100 quality shops, a food hall, a 10-screen cinema complex, and extra parking for 1,400 cars.
  • But for some reason, I never ever shop at the food hall at Harvey Nicks.

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