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売り場, 売場, うりば

  • uriba


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • place where things are sold
  • point of sale
  • POS
  • sales floor
  • counter (in shop)

Examples of 売り場,売場,うりば in a Sentence

Where is the sanitary section?
I am in charge of the book department.
Excuse me, but where is the men's shoe department?
Where can I buy snacks?
Where's the aisle for vitamins?
What floor is the daily goods department on?
Where is the ticket window?
Do you have a children's department?
Since PlayStation 2 came out the game software store shelves have bloomed riotously with colorful new titles.
The toy department is on the fifth floor.

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