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British English: store /stɔː/ NOUN
A store is a shop. Store is used mainly to refer to a large shop selling a variety of goods, but in American English, a store can be any shop.
They are selling them in a few stores already.
- American English: store
- Arabic: مَحَلٌ تِـجارِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: loja
- Chinese: 店铺
- Croatian: trgovina
- Czech: prodejna
- Danish: butik
- Dutch: winkel
- European Spanish: almacén tienda
- Finnish: myymälä
- French: magasin boutique
- German: Kaufhaus
- Greek: μαγαζί
- Italian: negozio
- Japanese: 店
- Korean: 상점
- Norwegian: lagerbeholdning
- Polish: sklep
- European Portuguese: loja
- Romanian: magazin
- Russian: магазин
- Latin American Spanish: almacén tienda
- Swedish: affär butik
- Thai: ร้านค้า
- Turkish: depo
- Ukrainian: магазин
- Vietnamese: cửa hàng
British English: store /stɔː/ VERB
When you store things, you put them in a container or other place and leave them there until they are needed.
Store the biscuits in an airtight tin.
- American English: store
- Arabic: يُخَزِّنُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: armazenar
- Chinese: 贮藏
- Croatian: spremiti
- Czech: uskladnit
- Danish: gemme
- Dutch: opslaan
- European Spanish: almacenar
- Finnish: varastoida
- French: stocker
- German: lagern
- Greek: αποθηκεύω
- Italian: immagazzinare
- Japanese: 蓄える
- Korean: 저장하다
- Norwegian: lagre
- Polish: przechować
- European Portuguese: armazenar
- Romanian: a păstra
- Russian: хранить
- Latin American Spanish: almacenar
- Swedish: lagra
- Thai: เก็บ
- Turkish: depolamak
- Ukrainian: зберігати
- Vietnamese: tích trữ
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