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A big-box store (also supercenter, superstore, or megastore) is a physically large retail establishment, usually part of a chain of stores. The term sometimes also refers, by extension, to the company that operates the store. The store may sell general dry goods, in which case it is a general merchandise retailer (however traditional department stores, as the predecessor format, are generally not classified as "big box"), or may be limited to a particular specialty (such establishments are often called "category killers") or may also sell groceries, in which case some countries (mostly in Europe) use the term hypermarket, whereas in the U.S. there is no specific term for the format, which both Target and Walmart offer in most branches.

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  • Big-box store
  • Grandes superficies
  • Superstore
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  • Il superstore è un punto vendita della grande distribuzione organizzata che si inserisce tra il supermercato e l'ipermercato. Dispone di superfici con ampiezza variabile tra 1500 e 3500 m² ed è generalmente ubicato in aree urbane periferiche ed extraurbane.
  • A big-box store (also supercenter, superstore, or megastore) is a physically large retail establishment, usually part of a chain of stores. The term sometimes also refers, by extension, to the company that operates the store. The store may sell general dry goods, in which case it is a general merchandise retailer (however traditional department stores, as the predecessor format, are generally not classified as "big box"), or may be limited to a particular specialty (such establishments are often called "category killers") or may also sell groceries, in which case some countries (mostly in Europe) use the term hypermarket, whereas in the U.S. there is no specific term for the format, which both Target and Walmart offer in most branches.
  • Grandes superficies es el nombre que reciben las tiendas y mercados de gran tamaño localizados en un edificio o recinto techado, por lo general de varios pisos, y que venden un variado tipo de productos; en el caso de la venta de alimentos o productos de limpieza de forma casi exclusiva se denominan hipermercados. Las tiendas de varios pisos y que venden principalmente ropa, artículos electrónicos (como por ejemplo electrodomésticos) y también alimentos, tanto de forma combinada como de forma especializada se denominan "grandes almacenes" o "tiendas por departamento".
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