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store

noun [C]  /stɔr, stoʊr/ us  

store noun [C] (PLACE TO BUY THINGS)

a place where you can buy goods or services: a grocery/hardware/video store convenience/department stores

store noun [C] (SUPPLY)

a supply of something: She has a store of anecdotes (= a large number of them) that she could draw on whenever she needed one. energy stores

store

verb [T]  /stɔr, stoʊr/ us  

store verb [T] (KEEP)

to put or keep things for use in the future: We store the garden tools in a shed in the backyard. All the information is stored on a hard disk.
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