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They all shop in department stores and boutiques. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Why not have buildings to store these goods? The Sun (2006)The stores are set up in areas deemed to have suffered from a lack of investment. The Sun (2013)The chemicals were stored in three containers. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Why should the stored knowledge and experience of the older generations be discarded? Times, Sunday Times (2012)The police are allowed to store genetic information for ten years to help to catch repeat offenders. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There may be great happiness in store for you yet. George Eliot Daniel Deronda (1876)We all work in a large department store. The Sun (2012)The dominant theory is that sleep is a time for the brain to store memory. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This is the best way to mass bake and store for future use. The Sun (2014)They emptied a grain store and scoured ponds and a reservoir in vain. The Sun (2009)The multiples want to build mammoth new stores and enlarge older ones. Joanna Blythman SHOPPED: The Shocking Power of British Supermarkets (2004)This phase is about converting stored fat to fuel to be transformed into muscle. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They may need a bigger place to store all his cards. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Wireless networks are commonly used in retail stores. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This information will be stored on its computer system. Times, Sunday Times (2008)So luring shoppers in to their store is an important job. The Sun (2010)The research by online furniture store nest. The Sun (2016)This could be stored in a building for the purpose in each town and controlled by police. The Sun (2010)The show also featured details of how to nick stuff without setting off store security scanners. The Sun (2014)Next weekend will add to your store of knowledge. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He shops in discount stores and says he has a wide circle of friends who often invite him to dinner. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The remaining stores employ about 3,700 staff. Times, Sunday Times (2011)

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Translations for 'store'

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:
  • 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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