Store - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a supply of something available for future use (syn: fund, stock)
- an electronic memory device (syn: memory, storage)
- a depository for goods (syn: depot, entrepot, storage, storehouse)
- find a place for and put away for storage
I'm going to the store to buy groceries.
The stores are always crowded around the holiday season.
...preferred homemade bread to store brands...
He possessed a vast store of knowledge.
Jessica dipped into her store of theatrical anecdotes.
She works at (in) a store.
Now it's time to store away your fur coats for the summer.
They store goods until consumers require them.
Don't store your mind with trivial things.
At Christmas the stores stay open late.
She worked in a bookstore during college.
I need to go to the store for some milk.
Squirrels are storing up nuts for the winter.
Store the beans in an airtight jar.
Standard letters can be stored on floppy discs.
present participle: storing
past tense: stored
past participle: stored