salumeria

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

salume +‎ -eria

Noun[edit]

salumeria f (plural salumerie)

  1. A shop specialising in salami; a charcuterie, a delicatessen, a grocer's.

Usage notes[edit]

Traditionally meat and sausages (salsiccia) are sold at the butcher and other meat products are sold at the salumeria. In more recent times, salumerie often sell various products including cheeses, eggs, pastas and ready-to-eat antipasti.

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