Definition of Prisunic in English:

Prisunic

noun

  • In France: one of a chain of shops in which inexpensive goods are sold.

Origin

1950s; earliest use found in The Gettysburg Times. From French Prisunic from prix unique, lit. ‘single price’, with arbitrary respelling; so called because the goods in these shops were originally all sold at the same price.

Pronunciation

Prisunic

/ˈpriːzjuːniːk//ˌpriːzjuːˈniːk/