Meaning of deli in English:

deli

Pronunciation /ˈdɛli/

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Translate deli into Spanish

noundelis

informal
short for delicatessen
‘Now they are devising plans for further investment in the chilled food factory which supplies distributors to bakeries, delis and sandwich shops.’
  • ‘Shops, supermarkets and delis could also play a role in supporting farmhouse cheeses by displaying and promoting them better than they do at present.’
  • ‘The stores, delis and hairdressing shops underneath the elevated subway tracks were humming with shoppers, a very lively neighbourhood.’
  • ‘The pedestrian-oriented commercial areas they left us lend themselves to neighbourhood produce shops, bakeries, delis and cafés.’
  • ‘A lot of grocery stores and delis were closed, and therefore, nobody could get anything to eat or drink, for that matter.’
  • ‘It turns out that we have much the same food shopping trail, using the same delis, grocers and supermarkets.’
  • ‘It's home to a cornucopia of delis, gourmet stores, boutiques and cosy little restaurants.’
  • ‘You can only buy that in Italian delis and pork stores.’
  • ‘Buying fresh bread, hot out of the oven, now appears as a luxurious exercise only possible in expensive delis or 24 hour shops with pretensions above their station.’
  • ‘Fresh olives are available in delis, supermarkets, farmers markets.’
  • ‘These areas have become known as the focal point for the prosperous and wealthy, due to the services on offer such as schools, shops and delis.’
  • ‘It stands in a typical mixed Manhattan neighbourhood: on the next block are kosher delis and bagels shops.’
  • ‘Jars of truffle paste are available in good delis and in selected supermarkets.’
  • ‘The range of food will also be expanded with a new salad bar, chicken rotisserie and an enlarged deli, bakery and fish and meat counter.’
  • ‘We huddled together, on our landings, in the laundromat, at the corner deli.’
  • ‘The gossamer-thin spring-roll pastry can be bought from Oriental food stores and some speciality food halls and delis.’
  • ‘Every couple of blocks has its own deli, grocery, laundromat, coffee shop and so on.’
  • ‘Meanwhile, organic food has gone from farmers' markets to delis in west London, with organic supermarkets in the smartest parts of town.’
  • ‘Then he just turned around and walked west, to where a couple of blocks down was a supermarket, and several delis.’
  • ‘I'm a city girl who loves Thai takeout, and I usually buy my wine from the corner deli.’