I've read a sample sentence that says:

あの みせで [食]{た}べましょう。

Apparently it translates to "Let's eat at that place", but what is the exact usage and meaning of みせで ?

" [店]{みせ} is commonly translated as 'shop'. Are there other meanings?"

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It's two words, みせ + で.

みせ (店 in kanji) is a noun meaning store, shop, or sometimes restaurant. で is a particle which is similar in purpose to at or in in English. See: Japanese Particle で

  • あの: that
  • みせ: restaurant
  • で: at
  • 食べましょう: let's eat

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