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grocer
American English: /ˈɡroʊsər/
British English: /ˈɡrəʊsə/

Translation of grocer in Spanish:

noun

  • almacenero (-ra) (masculine, feminine) (esp Southern Cone)
    the grocer's (British)
    la tienda de comestibles or de ultramarinos
    la bodega (Cuba) (Peru) (Venezuela)
    la tienda de abarrotes (Central America) (Andes) (Mexico)
    el almacén (esp Southern Cone)
    Example sentences
    • Moreover, another problem is that some grocers sell the subsidised food products which are allocated for the ration cards at higher prices.
    • Under his direction, a team of volunteers keeps a close watch on any businesses which come up for sale in the area and then helps young grocers or other food sellers to move in.
    • In some cases, grocers have refused to sell food and petrol to anti-drug officials and vandals have slashed the tyres of their government vehicles.
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