American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A very large retail store that stocks highly diversified merchandise, such as groceries, toys, and camera equipment, or a wide variety of mechandise in a specific product line, such as computers or sporting goods.
- super- + store (Wiktionary)
“I agree that the rise of the superstore is a good thing.”
“The superstore will be the 19th in the St Giles shops network which stretches across the region and the second hospice shop to open in Cannock.”
“The average Barnes and Noble "superstore" stocks over 100,000 titles.”
“So, Esselunga developed a new "superstore" format that is closer to the concept of a neighborhood store.”
“I was already thinking about buying my own ski boots when the active footwear company Profeet announced it was opening a London "superstore" with a special ski boot lab.”
“The SCF Action Committee will lead a rally to kickoff a national boycott until the Farm is restored and stop worker abuse ended on Saturday, December 13, at noon at the Forever 21 "superstore" at 35 N.”
“Chicago's organized labor cartel, repeating a scenario from a few years back, is gearing up to block a Wal-Mart "superstore" at an abandoned Ryerson Steel plant site in Chatham.”
“Retail has evolved in the last two decades to the "superstore" format, and retailers not anchored with others will be extinct in the next two decades.”
Looking for tweets for superstore.