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ice-cream parlour

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Definition of ice-cream parlour in English:

noun

A shop or cafe selling ice cream: she can’t find teaching work so she’s in a job at the local ice-cream parlour
More example sentences
  • I used to work in an ice-cream parlour as a student and two guys I worked with looked like John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
  • Having just opened his fifth London ice-cream parlour, and with three more plan­ned, he might not seem in need of advice on entrepreneurship.
  • The beach and the promenade, with its chip shop, ice-cream parlour and amusement arcade, offered a place of refuge, romance and belonging for the young Vettriano.

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