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store sth up

phrasal verb with store uk   /stɔːr/  us   /stɔːr/ verb [T usually + adv/prep]
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 ​tellpeople about them ​later: I ​listen in to ​theirconversations and ​store it all up to ​tell you ​later.
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