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English definition of “store sth up”

store sth up

verb [T usually + adv/prep] uk phrasal verb with store   /stɔːr/ us    /stɔːr/
C2 to keep a lot of something in one place, to be used in the future: We believe that he has been training an army and storing up arms. C1 to remember things, usually so that you can tell people about them later: I listen in to their conversations and store it all up to tell you later.
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