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A shopping mall containing a relatively small number of retail outlets and with access to each shop from the outside rather than from an interior hallway.
store, retail store, outlet, retail outlet, reseller, cash and carryView synonyms
- ‘Our experience of nature has become so mediated by mini-malls, rest stops and water features that most of us can't really see the forest or the trees.’
- ‘I am the boss of public parks and mini-malls around the world.’
- ‘Abutting a mini-mall of liquor and check-cashing outlets, the club is the only reason visitors come to Hawaiian Gardens, a tiny enclave of ramshackle bungalows and burrito stands on the edge of Long Beach.’
- ‘How many more mini-malls and big-box outlets do we need?’
- ‘It sits on top of a mini-mall, containing various boutiques, some sandwich bars, a bookshop, post office (which always has queues out the door), at least three big name coffee outlets and a Tesco metro.’
- ‘Wilderness always trumps humankind in Alaska, despite the mini-malls and shiny skyscrapers.’
- ‘There are golf courses, paintballing centres, go-karting tracks, amusement parks, ploughman's lunches, morris dancers, craft shops - even rural mini-malls for those who measure their enjoyment by credit card.’
- ‘Although early in the trip, the highlight so far for the group is the enthusiastic welcome they got when they stopped at one of the mini-malls in Strathmore and were flooded with donations and interest by the young people in the horses.’
- ‘It's great to see a new Key Foods across from the Fifth Avenue Committee office and a new McDonald's in the mini-mall built and leased by Urban Edge in Boston.’
- ‘Next time you stride through the mini-mall at an airport, pick up a middle-management self-help book.’
- ‘A variety of elements played a role in the image the mini-mall had and the steps involved in his attempts to change it.’
- ‘Not even a long walk could calm my nerves; I remember little of it until I reached a mini-mall where I decided to see if I could find another blank book for use as a journal.’
- ‘The two went in the mini-mall, but every store was closed.’
- ‘He followed her outside, and down two blocks to a mini-mall.’
- ‘For the next 10 minutes we drove through an area where the mini-malls resembled Mogadishu and the business blocks looked like Beirut.’
- ‘And when you're sitting atop your horse, you can look around and see land that stretches for miles, without a mini-mall or condominium complex to obscure the view.’
- ‘They've opened a mini-mall and a $30 million amphitheater, and even branded fresh-caught salmon for sale at Safeway.’
- ‘The large department store / mini-mall evidences the Armani commitment to maintain style throughout the project, which clearly carries the Armani touch.’
- ‘Kiko and Jason, meanwhile, wandered off into another section of Music Mart, a mini-mall consisting only of musical instruments and equipment, of which Mike's Drum World was but one store.’
- ‘The North of Montana Neighborhood Association rallied behind the mortuary after a developer applied for a demolition permit to pave the way for a mini-mall.’
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