Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Mall"

The meaning of "Mall" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The empty mall was dark against the pink-streaked sky, long and squat, like something British and slumbering. mean?
A: it doesn't mean a lot to be frank. The author here tries to use a simile .." XX is like a ZZ" where the outline of the building in the dark is 'like' something 'British and slumbering' .It doesn't work.
Q: What does mall traffic mean?
A: The people walking through a shopping centre or mall. Usually referring to congestion.
Q: What does the mall is now open. mean?
A: because they use the word “now” which is just happened
Q: What does mall walker mean?
A: Someone who walks in the shopping mall for exercise.

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Q: What does mall mean?
A: It's a shopping center – a building (or multiple connected buildings) filled with many different retail stores/shops. Malls also usually have restaurants or a food court where you can purchase and eat food.

Example sentences using "Mall"

Q: Please show me example sentences with “outlet (mall)”.
A: We have a shop here in central London plus a mail-order outlet.
Q: Please show me example sentences with mall..
A: I got it at the mall.
I met him at the mall.
The new mall has some nice stores.
If the weather is bad, they shop at the mall.
There is a food court in the middle of the mall.
Q: Please show me example sentences with mall.
A: I’m going shopping with my mom at the mall

A new mall is being built in my neighborhood
Q: Please show me example sentences with mall and shopping mall.
A: a shopping mall is a big building with many stores inside
"I need new clothes, maybe I'll go to the mall this weekend."
Q: Please show me example sentences with mall.
A: Let's go shopping in the mall!

Synonyms of "Mall" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I'm at the mall and I'm in the mall ?
A: I think they're both used a lot. It depends on context.

If your friend says "where are you?" you can say "I am in the mall" to be more specific so your friend looks in the mall.
If you say "I am at the mall" your friend wouldn't know where to look because you could be inside or outside.

Examples:

Tim: John where are you?
John: I am at the mall.
(This isn't being specific. you're just saying that you're at the location of the mall)

Tim: John where are you?
John: I am in the mall
(you're being more specific)
the conversation can continue with:
Tim: where in the mall?
John: Oh, I'm at EB Games

As I said before, it's all about what you want to convey, but I believe you can use either because if the conversation continues, as it should, you will end up telling your friend your exact location 🙂
Q: What is the difference between to and for and I'm going to the mall and look for me ?
A: "To" expressa movimento, se você está se movimentando para ir fazer algo você usa o to porém vale lembrar que verbos modais não possuem o "to" como "I'd rather use that" ou "I must take care"

*for*
É usado quando você vai presentear alguém, você vai beneficiar alguém, quando é por alguma coisa, para alguma coisa.
exemplos: "I bought a gift for you"
Q: What is the difference between mall and shopping mall ?
A: There is no difference between the two words, some people just chose to describe the mall as a place that they shop at.
Q: What is the difference between mall mull and calm come ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What is the difference between mall and mole(pronunciation) ?
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Translations of "Mall"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ฉันจะพาคุณไปห้างสรรพสินค้ากับฉันด้วย/ I'll take you with me to the mall.
(Can I use "accompany or company" in this case?
For example, I will accompany you with me to the mall. or I will take you to the mall as a company.)
A: You can say

1. I will accompany you to the mall.

Or

2. You will accompany me to the mall.

But people don't usually speak like this. It's better to say

I'll take you to the mall (with me)

Or

I'll go to the mall with you.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? In a mall, we see this screen and platform very often. Is there a paticular name for them? If I call them "screen and platform", is that natural? Many thanks.
A: Casually speaking, you can say "big screen" lol. Even though it sounds very simple, no specific word comes to mind. You can also say " big screen/display and stage" or maybe "presentation display". Someone else is gonna have to help me with a formal word, if one exists.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? wo mall chale gaye
A: they have gone to mall
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? main mall road main hu
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to eat in a mall
A: I would say instead "I want to eat at the mall"

Other questions about "Mall"

Q: How can I get to mall? does this sound natural?
A: "how can I get to the mall?" is more natural
Q: is "regardless whether" correct. "we are going to the mall regardless whether you like it or not". or is it entirely wrong to combine regardless and whether
A: Use "regardless as to whether" or "regardless of whether".
Q: In this mall, you can enjoy ramen well reputed all over the country. does this sound natural?
A: In this mall you can eat ramen that is well liked across the country.
In this mall you can eat ramen that is well known across the country.
In this mall you can eat ramen that is famous in this country.
Q: This mall was featured by a media a couple days ago. does this sound natural?
A: "by the media" sounds more natural.
Q: I prefer buy in the mall does this sound natural?
A: i prefer buying/ shopping at the mall

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