Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
minimarket (plural minimarkets)
- A small supermarket; a convenience store.
2007 June 6, Craig S. Smith, “British Grocer Set to Dip Toe in U.S. Market”, in New York Times:
- Its direct competition, analysts say, include Trader Joe’s and Famima minimarkets, both also foreign-owned, by Germans and Japanese, respectively.
minimarket m (invariable)