[zá huò diàn]
- grocery store
- Go down to the grocer's (ie grocer's shop) and get me some sugar.
- She summed up the bills from the grocery.
- I am on my way to the grocery store.
- He has decided to open a grocer store in a small way.
- There's a grocer's at the corner of the street.
- The grocer took back the rancid butter.
- The grocer turned on the shop boy who had lost the parcel.
- Both worked as newspaper-delivery boys and as employees of small grocery stores.
- One was a farmer one was a draftsman there was a truck driver a grocery clerk and a milkman.
- Miss adela strangeworth came daintily along main street on her way to the grocery.
- To see a boy go into a grocery store at noon recess was a hairbreadth short of a miracle to me.
- You have a regular chandlery in there?
- Last weekend I found some crawfish tails and boiled whole crawfish at a grocery store and was about to buy some.
- Although many of those the times wanted to reach weren't regular readers of the paper boardman said the idea was "to do something that was loud enough and obvious enough arresting enough that it might catch their eyes" if they were out at a store or gas station.
- He runs a grocery store.