off-licence

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off-licence (plural off-licences)

  1. (Ireland, Britain) A shop selling alcohol for consumption only off the premises.
    • 1992, Robert Rankin, The Antipope (page 123)
      After six such encounters in tiny corner shops which normally complained that they were out of sugar, that the cornflakes were late in again and that they couldn't get tomato sauce for love nor money, the Captain, his head reeling, had staggered into the High Street off-licence.

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