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Translation of "store" - English-Spanish dictionary

store

noun /stoː/
a supply of eg goods from which things are taken when required provisión They took a store of dried and canned food on the expedition The quartermaster is the officer in charge of stores.
a (large) collected amount or quantity reserva, almacén, depósito He has a store of interesting facts in his head.
a place where a supply of goods etc is kept; a storehouse or storeroom almacén, depósito It’s in the store(s).
a shop tienda The post office here is also the village store a department store.
storage /-ridʒ/ noun
the act of storing or state of being stored almacenamiento We’ve put our furniture into storage at a warehouse The meat will have to be kept in cold storage (= stored under refrigeration).
storehouse noun ( storeroom)
a place or room where goods etc are stored almacén, depósito There is a storeroom behind the shop.
storekeeper noun
(especially American) a shopkeeper. Tendero
in store
kept or reserved for future use en depósito, en reserva I keep plenty of tinned food in store for emergencies.
coming in the future reservado There’s trouble in store for her!
set (great) store by
to value highly (eg a person’s approval etc) valorar algo mucho He sets great store by her judgement when it comes to financial matters.
store up phrasal verb
to collect and keep (for future need) acumular, almacenar I don’t know why she stores up all those old magazines.
(Definition of store from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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