Definition of 'warehouse'
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From there it is a short walk to two old salt warehouses. The Sun (2016)Based in a converted warehouse, it was a great blend of the old and the new. The Sun (2016) Carphone Warehouse should have been more understanding. The Sun (2016)Well, one answer is the survival of that old warehouse. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The design references the old warehouses on the site. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It felt more like a warehouse than a factory. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Legs of that were in the warehouse on sale for twice as much. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Outside the tunnels there are four large warehouses. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The converted warehouse has seating at huge communal tables. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Job cuts and closures of sites such as warehouses and distribution depots contributed to the results. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The cause of a blaze that destroyed a disused furniture warehouse yesterday afternoon was unknown. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The brick walls of the former tea warehouse are the main feature of the otherwise white rooms. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Stores and warehouses are often used to carry stock. Technology Basic Facts (1990)Especially if you have a large warehouse with a bare roof. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Since the economic downturn there has been an increase in the use of disused warehouses for production. The Sun (2012)At any one time much of this will be stored in warehouses. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The metal roof of what used to be a factory or warehouse has been sent crashing to the ground. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Homes in converted warehouses have long appealed to artists and craftsmen because of the combination of space and light they offer. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Behind him rises the neighbouring building, offices and studios housed in an old warehouse. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The city's major arts venue is a former banana warehouse. The Sun (2012)Why don't they consult any factory or warehouse worker to point them in the right direction? The Sun (2009)It has not been a good time for the Carphone Warehouse group. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He was in Carphone Warehouse when he spotted a man in a balaclava behind the counter. The Sun (2015)IN an old toy warehouse in Bristol a film has been made to entertain a devoted flock across the world. The Sun (2015)The business comprises 17 warehouses and its sale price implies a yield of 6.9 per cent. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The trade union represents 30,000 people who work either on the shopfloor, in warehouses or in distribution roles. Times, Sunday Times (2015)So we hunted for an empty shopping center, industrial building, or warehouse capable of being converted into a church. Christianity Today (2000)
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Translations for 'warehouse'
British English: warehouse /ˈwɛəˌhaʊs/ NOUN
A warehouse is a large building where raw materials or manufactured goods are stored before they are taken to a shop.
- American English: warehouse
- Arabic: مُسْتَوْدَع
- Brazilian Portuguese: armazém
- Chinese: 仓库
- Croatian: skladište
- Czech: sklad
- Danish: varehus
- Dutch: magazijn opslagruimte
- European Spanish: almacén depósito
- Finnish: varasto rakennus
- French: entrepôt
- German: Lagerhaus
- Greek: αποθήκη
- Italian: magazzino
- Japanese: 倉庫
- Korean: 창고
- Norwegian: lagerhus
- Polish: magazyn
- European Portuguese: armazém
- Romanian: depozit de mărfuri
- Russian: склад
- Spanish: almacén bodega
- Swedish: lagerlokal
- Thai: โกดังสินค้า
- Turkish: depo
- Ukrainian: склад
- Vietnamese: kho chứa đồ
Definition of warehouse from the Collins English Dictionary
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