[groh-ser] /ˈgroʊ sər/
the owner or operator of a store that sells general food supplies and certain nonedible articles of household use, as soaps and paper products.
a dealer in foodstuffs and other household supplies
early 15c. (mid-13c. as a surname), “one who buys and sells in gross,” from Anglo-French grosser, Old French grossier, from Medieval Latin grossarius “wholesaler,” literally “dealer in quantity,” from Late Latin grossus “coarse (of food), great, gross” (see gross). Sense of “a merchant selling individual items of food” is 16c.
[groh-suh-ree, grohs-ree] /ˈgroʊ sə ri, ˈgroʊs ri/ noun, plural groceries. 1. Also called grocery store. a grocer’s store. 2. Usually, groceries; especially British. grocery. food and other commodities sold by a grocer. 3. the business of a grocer. 4. Southwestern U.S. /ˈɡrəʊsərɪ/ noun (pl) -ceries 1. the business or premises of a grocer n. mid-15c., […]
[groh-suh-ree-muh n, -man, grohs-ree-] /ˈgroʊ sə ri mən, -ˌmæn, ˈgroʊs ri-/ noun, plural grocerymen [groh-suh-ree-muh n, -men, grohs-ree-] /ˈgroʊ sə ri mən, -ˌmɛn, ˈgroʊs ri-/ (Show IPA) 1. a grocer.
/ˈɡrɒkəl/ noun 1. (Southwest English, dialect) a tourist, esp one from the Midlands or the North of England
[grod-noh; Russian graw-dnuh] /ˈgrɒd noʊ; Russian ˈgrɔ dnə/ noun 1. a city in W Byelorussia (Belarus), on the Niemen River: formerly in Poland. /Russian ˈɡrɔdnə/ noun 1. a city in W Belarus on the Neman River: part of Poland (1921–39); an industrial centre. Pop: 318 000 (2005 est)