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store

verb
 
/stɔːr/ ( present participle storing, past tense and past participle stored)
to put something somewhere and not use it until you need it
~を保管する, 保存する
Store the oil in a dark, cool place. We have a lot of old clothes stored in the attic.
to keep information on a computer
(コンピュータに)~を保存する
All the data is stored on the hard drive.
Translations of “store”
in Arabic يُخَزِّن…
in Korean 비축하다, 저장하다…
in Malaysian simpan…
in French contenir…
in Turkish depolamak, stok yapmak, saklamak…
in Italian immagazzinare, salvare (dati su computer)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 儲存, 儲備, 儲藏…
in Russian хранить, сохранять…
in Polish odkładać, przechowywać…
in Vietnamese tích trữ, để dành…
in Spanish abastecer…
in Portuguese armazenar…
in Thai สะสม, กักตุน…
in German versehen…
in Catalan emmagatzemar, guardar…
in Indonesian mengisi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 储存, 储备, 储藏…
(Definition of store verb from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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