from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A small grocery store, sometimes combined with a wineshop, in certain Hispanic communities.
- n. A warehouse for the storage of wine.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Storehouse for maturing wine
- n. Store specializing in Hispanic groceries
- n. a convenience store
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A wine-cellar, or a shop where wine is sold from the wood; a wine-vault.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a small Hispanic shop selling wine and groceries
I know that you can donate through banamex or at the electra stores all over mexico, but I am not sure that the money would get there (after Mitch the donations were still in bodega a year after in DF) If you can advise me here on this forum or through my e mail address, I would appreciate it.
At the Last Crack Hipster’s corner bodega, the code word is “Casaban.”
On a brick wall next to a bodega was a mural of a young brown-skinned man with a black, seagull-shaped mustache.
She has seen many clients start from nothing and build prosperous lives for their families through small businesses, including one client who started with a small "bodega" and now owns one of the largest grocery stores in Brooklyn.
Now the Malaga-born star has gone one step further, by investing in a Spanish 'bodega'.
He then went into a bodega which is when I noticed that there were a few people watching with terrified faces.
Not to sound like a V-Day grinch, but I'm also going to presume that you think this day stinks more than a rotting bouquet of bodega-bought roses.
Family members said Juan Otero was heading to a bodega across the street from their 117th Street home when he was shot three times in his right arm around 9:36 p.m.
You grab your keys and head for the corner bodega.
A taxi is up on the curb, idling, its front end crashed through a bodega window.