Translation for 'groceries' from English to Greek
NOUN   a grocery | groceries
groceries {noun}τρόφιμα {τα}
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Translation for 'groceries' from English to Greek

groceries {noun}
τρόφιμα {τα}
Usage Examples English
  • Some supermarket chains allow customers to scan their own groceries with handheld barcode readers while placing them in their own carts (see self-checkout).
  • Their groceries were hidden behind stockroom walls and refrigeration units.
  • domestic manufacture and distribution of "fancy groceries" — a term that referred to processed canned, jarred and bottled food products (now commonly found throughout modern-day groceries and supermarkets).
  • Pre-roasted rice used to make "hyenomi-cha" is available commercially in groceries, traditional markets, and supermarkets in Korea and Korean groceries overseas.
  • Dunnes Stores provides groceries and other services.

  • The largest Coop Forum stores carry a full hypermarket range including groceries, clothes, homewares and electrical goods.
  • Weston enters, drunk, with a large bag of groceries.
  • In light of social distancing requirements implemented in New York related to COVID-19, The Okra Project switched to providing groceries to black trans people and raising money for mental health services.
  • The trade is represented by stores selling groceries, among others.
  • Stores also offered free deliveries of groceries to their customers.

  • In early 2011, a group of Tibetans started to boycott Chinese vegetable shops, since they stopped buying vegetables in Chinese groceries.
  • • Donation of groceries to Ingutsheni Central Hospital in Bulawayo.
  • Citizens Co-op offered certified organic groceries: vegetables, fruit and meat from local producers as well as other locally-made food and beauty products, supplemented by organic and fair-trade brand-name groceries and produce.
  • Shapiro started Capitol Investments USA, which he claimed bought wholesale groceries and shipped them to more expensive markets (although he said that he never actually sold the groceries).
  • The Downtown Food Bank, located in the Public Market Parking Garage on Western Avenue provides groceries to approximately 1,000 people a week.

  • Each episode begins with four chefs who have to create dishes from groceries they purchase from customers at a nearby supermarket with a budget of $500 each; with the final chef originally winning a prize of $10,000; this has recently been changed to a year's worth of groceries in the latest episodes.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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