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A very large retail store which sells a vast variety of product lines ranging apparels, footwears, sports goods, electronic devices, computers, home applainces, food, cosmetics and many more.
The major difference between a supermarket and a superstore is its size and the number of product lines that they sell. A superstore is always much more bigger than a supermarket and sells more number of product lines.
The examples of superstores are Wall mart, Hypercity etc.