DictionaryData from Oxford LanguagesLook it upWe couldn't find a definition. Try searching the web forem·po·ri·um[emˈpôrēəm]✕PlayNOUNemporium (noun) · emporia (plural noun) · emporiums (plural noun)
ORIGINlate 16th century: from Latin, from Greek emporion, from emporos ‘merchant’, based on a stem meaning ‘to journey’.Translate emporium toNo translation found.Your Recent SearchesWords you've searched will appear here
- a large retail store selling a wide variety of goods.
- a business establishment that specializes in products or services on a large scale (often used for humorously formal effect):"the world-famous food emporium" · "you know those half-automated carwash emporia that advertise an “all-cloth wash?”"
- archaica principal center of commerce; a market.
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