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  • noun Plural form of bodega.

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Examples

  • Regarded as only suitable for sale in bodegas and grocery stores and primarily worn by pimply adolescents on middle-school dates, the carnation is a flower that is almost universally scorned.

    What in Carnation?

  • Wal-Mart plans to open small stores in big cities similar to Wal-Mart’s Latin American bodegas that stock coffee, food, laundry detergents, toilet paper, and other staples, the Wall Street Journal reported today.

    Walmart starts thinking out of the big box

  • But from a local perspective, big supermarkets are dropping like fleas throughout Brooklyn and Queens, and in low-income neighborhoods especially, quickie convenience stores aka bodegas are the only places to buy food for several blocks.

    Eggs Benedict, an easy bodega brunch

  • In Latino communities, Goya products are widely available in neighborhood stores commonly known as bodegas, and in supermarkets they are often found in the ethnic foods aisle.

    NYT > Business Day

  • In Latino communities, Goya products are widely available in neighborhood stores commonly known as bodegas, and in supermarkets they are often found in the ethnic foods aisle.

    NYT > Business Day

  • The bodegas were a nice range of old and new, large and small.

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  • In Latino communities, Goya products are widely available in neighborhood stores commonly known as bodegas, and in supermarkets they are often found in the ethnic foods aisle.

    NYT > Business Day

  • In Latino communities, Goya products are widely available in neighborhood stores commonly known as bodegas, and in supermarkets they are often found in the ethnic foods aisle.

    NYT > Home Page

  • In Latino communities, Goya products are widely available in neighborhood stores commonly known as bodegas, and in supermarkets they are often found in the ethnic foods aisle.

    NYT > Business Day

  • In Latino communities, Goya products are widely available in neighborhood stores commonly known as bodegas, and in supermarkets they are often found in the ethnic foods aisle.

    NYT > Business Day

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