DictionaryLook it upWe couldn't find a definition. Try searching the web forstore[stôr]✕PlayNOUNstore (noun) · stores (plural noun)
VERBstore (verb) · stores (third person present) · stored (past tense) · stored (past participle) · storing (present participle)
- a quantity or supply of something kept for use as needed:"the squirrel has a store of food" ·"her vast store of knowledge"synonyms:
- a place where things are kept for future use or sale:"a grain store"
- (stores)supplies of equipment and food kept for use by members of an army, navy, or other institution, or the place where they are kept.
- BRITISHa computer memory.
- BRITISHa sheep, steer, cow, or pig acquired or kept for fattening.
ORIGINMiddle English: shortening of Old French estore (noun), estorer (verb), from Latin instaurare ‘renew’; compare with restore.More definitions and word originNew content will be added above the current area of focus upon selectionSee lessTranslate store toNo translation found.Your Recent SearchesWords you've searched will appear here
- keep or accumulate (something) for future use:"a small room used for storing furniture"synonyms:keep · keep in reserve · stow · stockpile · lay in/aside · set aside ·put away · put down · put to one side · deposit · save · hoard · cache · stock up with/on · get in supplies of · collect · gather · accumulate · cumulate · amass · husband · reserve · preserve · put into storage · put in store · stow (away) · warehouse
- retain or enter (information) for future electronic retrieval:"the data is stored on disk" ·"the service allows clients to store unlimited files online"
- (be stored with)have a supply of (something useful):"a mind well stored with esoteric knowledge"
- remain fresh while being stored:"they do not ship or store well"
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