mall


Definition: Meaning of, mall in English to English dictionary.

Pronunciation: / mal;mɔːl;mɒl /

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mall malls
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  1. a large area where there are a lot of shops, usually a covered area where cars are not allowed [=  shopping centre]
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Mall


Definition: Meaning of, Mall in English to English dictionary.

Pronunciation: / mɔːl /

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  1. the Mall a straight road in central London that connects BUCKINGHAM PALACE and TRAFALGAR SQUARE . Whenever there is a royal wedding, funeral, or similar occasion, the royal family travels slowly along it, and many people come to watch
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  2. the Mall a park in Washington, D.C., which is surrounded by the WASHINGTON MONUMENT and several famous MUSEUM s, including the SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION . It is used for PICNIC s, games, and concerts.
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Mall used in phrases

  • Pall Mall
    1. a wide street in west central London, between TRAFALGAR SQUARE and ST JAMES'S PALACE, where there are a lot of gentleman's clubs
  • outlet mall (noun)
    1. a SHOPPING MALL where clothes are sold for less than the usual price, often because they are no longer fashionable or are slightly damaged
  • pall-mall (noun)
    1. a 17th century game; a wooden ball was driven along an alley with a mallet
  • shopping mall (noun)
    1. a group of shops together in one large covered building
  • strip mall (noun)
    1. American English a row of shops built together, with a large area for parking cars in front of it
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