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    Chain Business


    Imagine a bar-restaurant with many branches in diverse locations.

    What would be the correct expression for such a business?:

    Chain Business

    Chain Establishment

    Chain ......

    Thank you very much.

    José Manuel Rosón Bravo

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    Re: Chain Business

    In general, it would be called a "restaurant chain."

    Sometimes we say "chain restaurant" when describing a particular place; for example: "Would you like to eat at TGIFriday's?" "I don't know, what is it like?" "It's a chain restaurant - they serve steaks, burgers, and ribs. Sort of like Applebee's."

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