mall definition

  • noun:
    • a sizable, often enclosed shopping complex containing different shops, companies, and restaurants usually accessible by-common passageways.
    • A street lined with shops and closed to automobiles.
    • A shady general public stroll or promenade.
    • Chiefly Upstate New York See median strip. See local Note at basic surface.
    • Variant of maul.
    • a big heavy wood beetle; a mallet for operating everything with power; a maul.
    • huge blow.
    • a vintage online game used malls or mallets and balls. See pall-mall
    • a location where in fact the game of shopping mall had been played.
    • A public walk; an even shaded stroll.
    • A pedestrianised street, especially a shopping precinct.
    • An enclosed shopping centre.
    • A large hefty wooden beetle; a mallet for driving such a thing with power; a maul.
    • much blow.
    • a vintage game played with malls or mallets and balls. See Pall-mall.
    • a location where in fact the game of shopping center was played. Therefore: A public walk; a level shaded stroll.
    • A court of justice.
    • a location in which justice is administered.
    • somewhere in which public conferences are held.
    • A public accessibility location containing a promenade for pedestrians.
    • The paved or grassy strip between two roadways.
    • A shopping area with several shops and a concourse for predominantly or exclusively pedestrian use; in towns the concourse is usually a city road which can be briefly or permamently sealed to motor vehicles; in residential district areas, a mall is often found on a convenient highway, are huge, contained in one building or in several structures linked by (usually covered) walkways. Also called retail complex
    • much hammer or club of every kind; specially, a heavy wood hammer utilized by carpenters. Compare mallet and beetle, 1.
    • A war-hammer or martel-de-fer.
    • The head or striking section of a war-hammer or martel-de-fer.
    • The blunt or square projection of such a hammer, as distinguished from the beak from the opposing side of the handle: this dull end had been often split into four, six, or higher blunt things or protuberances.
    • a classic online game played with a wooden basketball in a kind of smooth alley boarded in at each side, when the ball was struck with a mallet so that you can send it through an iron arch labeled as the pass, put after the alley.
    • The mallet with which this video game ended up being played; also, the street for which it absolutely was played.
    • [⟨ shopping mall, verb] A blow.
    • A public walk; an amount shaded walk.
    • A court: identical to mallum, mallus.
    • a public area put aside as a pedestrian stroll
    • mercantile institution composed of a carefully improved complex of shops representing leading merchandisers; often includes restaurants and a convenient parking area; a contemporary form of the traditional market
  • verb-transitive:
    • To beat with a mall; to conquer with something heavy; to bruise; to maul.
  • others:
    • to conquer, specifically with a mall or mallet; bruise.

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