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supermarket 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈso͞opərˌmärkit/,
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supermarkets, plural;
  1. A large self-service store selling foods and household goods


  1. a large self-service grocery store selling groceries and dairy products and household goods
  2. A supermarket, a form of grocery store, is a self-service store offering a wide variety of food and household merchandise, organized into departments. It is larger in size and has a wider selection than a traditional grocery store and it is smaller than a hypermarket or superstore.
  3. Supermarket is a studio album by the Israeli rock band, Rockfour. Released in September 2000, Supermarket is the band's first English album. The album's psychedelic tracks are sung in perfect English by the Israeli members of Rockfour. ...
  4. Supermarket is a four-issue comic book mini-series written by Brian Wood and illustrated by Kristian Donaldson. It was published by IDW Publishing in 2006.
  5. (Supermarkets) self-service stores carrying a wide range of grocery and fmcg products, with smaller branches located in town centres and larger stores located on out-of-town sites.
  6. a large shop that sells mostly food and household items.
  7. A visual system that has a predetermined amount of inventory and all facets of 5s in order to detect abnormalities.
  8. A conventional grocery store, but not a warehouse club or mass merchant, with annual sales of two million dollars or more per store.
  9. When Taichi Ohno first visited the US in the early 1950’s, he was very impressed with the availability and variety of items available at the local supermarket. ...
  10. a supply of all the parts needed for a line located next to the line so that parts can be delivered quickly to the line and the flow of manufacturing does not stop due to the lack of available parts.
  11. A complete market offering food and nonfood items, including some partial service departments, with a minimum of $2 million yearly sales.
  12. this is a small storage area that often appear at the boudary of push and pull systems that allow the amount of stock to be visually regulated, often using calculated minimum and maximum levels. These areas are also sometimes referred to as ‘Market Areas’.
  13. A collection of a queues where the minimum and maximum amount of inventory or work-in-process that can be stored in each queue is regulated. Supermarkets can form the boundaries between push and pull systems of a value stream.
  14. aisles rarely are wide enough for 3 people to stand side-by-side.
  15. Having a wide variety of options; wanting to make healthy choices / (see MARKET, SHOP)
  16. Location where a predefined standard stock is kept to supply the downstream processes
  17. an environment in which it's possible to satisfy your (basic) needs; all stores would represent opportunities to satisfy needs in specific areas (but "hardware store" may be a pun, emphasis on something hard, "being in a hard place"--hard where,; software would then be the opposite); checkout ...
  18. The storage locations of parts before they go on to the next operation. Supermarkets are managed by predetermined maximum and minimum inventory levels. Each item in the plant is at a designated location.
  19. Pendolino Class 390 - A longer, electric powered version of Voyager 'Shops'
  20. A type of retail institution that has a moderately broad and moderately deep product assortment spanning groceries and some nonfood lines, that offers relatively few customer services, and that ordinarily emphasizes price in either an offensive or defensive way.
  21. A single-level, self-service store selling mainly food, with a trading floorspace of between 500 and 2,500 square metres, often with their own car parking.
  22. A controlled inventory of items that is used to schedule production at an upstream process.
  23. A purpose-built tenancy specialising in tinned and packaged food, grocery lines and fresh produce. The emphasis is on self-service with a bank of checkouts for payment by customers.
  24. Large, low-cost, low-margin, high-volume, self-service store that carries a wide variety of food, laundry, and household products.