One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A stand or booth where goods are sold in a market.‘she's been running a market stall here since 2010’
- ‘Located near the Giant's Causeway and the Glens of Antrim, the fair has horse trading, street entertainment and market stalls.’
- ‘More than 90 traders and 30 market stalls will sell French produce including pastries, bread, pottery, chocolate, cooked foods, lace and leather.’
- ‘Visitors can buy arts and crafts at more than 100 market stalls in Abbott Street.’
- ‘We're walking down the Prado, browsing for CDs from the makeshift market stalls.’
- ‘At the base of the Dalt Villa is the Plaza de Constitucion where the market stalls are abundant with local produce.’
- ‘The market stalls were alight with radiant colour; silk ribbons and scarves in all the shades of the rainbow.’
- ‘He's transformed a family market stall business into a supermarket chain worth £3.3b.’
- ‘She's a music teacher minding a market stall for her friend, selling long dresses and Indian cotton prints.’
- ‘The market stalls display traditional arts and handicrafts, Christmas tree decorations, blown-glass objects, pewter statuettes and dolls.’
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