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store

verb [T ]
 
 
/stɔːr/
to put or keep something somewhere until it is needed: The fire damaged over 80% of the stock stored in the warehouse. Carbon dioxide produced when burning coal can now be stored underground rather than released into the atmosphere.
IT to keep information, music, etc. on a computer: The system allows users to retrieve e-mail stored on a remote server.digitally/electronically stored MP3 technology allows a large amount of music to be electronically stored in a relatively compact space.
(Definition of store verb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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