off-licence

NOUN
  1. a store that sells alcoholic beverages for consumption elsewhere
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How To Use off-licence In A Sentence

  • Manufacturers have derived some comfort from the fact that sales of canned beer to the off-licence sector have risen by around 7% so far this year.
  • The crowd broke into a supermarket, off-licence and pawnbroker's and then set fire to the library. A fire lit in Tottenham that burned Manchester: the rioters' story
  • Off-licences selling alcohol to underage drinkers could be targeted as tough tactics are adopted to stop teenage hoodlums terrorising a town.
  • He had already been drinking before he arrived with a bottle of vodka and he and his companion went to an off-licence for more drink around 6.30 pm.
  • IT'S a bad sign when the local off-licence owner turns up at your flat looking to renew his stock. The Sun
  • Police say they will be running a number of operations over the next few weeks to target under-age drinkers and also make sure off-licences are not selling alcohol to people under age.
  • Most of the major supermarkets and off-licences are discounting the prices of wines and champagnes, perhaps anticipating the after-Christmas slump.
  • We also need more research to understand the relationship between off-licence density and alcohol harms, and better collection of alcohol harm data to feed into licensing decision-making. Alcohol Concerns blames too many off-licences for under-age drinking
  • One recommendation was giving district licensing committees discretion to close off-licences near schools between 3pm and 4pm, as part of potential conditions when considering new or renewed off-licences.
  • He said only people aged 18 or over should be allowed to sell alcohol in off-licences, supermarkets and pubs.
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