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dollar store

[ dol-er stawr ]
/ ˈdɒl ər ˌstɔr /
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noun
a retail store that carries a wide variety of inexpensive merchandise, some of it priced at one dollar or less.
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Origin of dollar store

An Americanism dating back to 1870–75
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