Definition of newsstand in English:

newsstand

Syllabification: news·stand
Pronunciation: /ˈn(y)o͞ozstand
 
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noun

A stand or stall for the sale of newspapers.
More example sentences
  • And the news-stand nearby has doubled sales of newspapers with his picture on the front.
  • Or, once these things are widespread, you buy a small bottle of the stuff from a news-stand, or grocery shop, or wherever.
  • The Village Voice, free in Manhattan, is available at news-stands, delis, coffee shops and street corners (in a red container) on Wednesday mornings.

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