mom-and-pop

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Adjective[edit]

mom-and-pop (not comparable)

  1. Small or unsophisticated, as a business that is run by a couple.
    Mom-and-pop diners and cafes are disappearing from American main streets, being replaced by bland corporate giants and insipid franchises.