There are 2 main definitions of in-store in English:

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in-store1

Line breaks: in-store
Pronunciation: /ˈɪnstɔː
 
, -ˈstɔː/

adjective& adverb

Within a store (shop): [as adjective]: an in-store bakery [as adverb]: the goods are promoted in-store
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  • Asda now has around 100 stores across Britain with in-store chaplains.
  • Among the innovations being pushed through by Ladbrokes are in-store coffee shops, French pools and betting during games.
  • You may also notice that in-store bakeries with their aroma of freshly baked breads are sited near less interesting packaged dry goods.

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There are 2 main definitions of in-store in English:

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in store2

1In a safe place while not being used or displayed: items held in store
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  • I am reliably informed however that numerous interesting items from this period are held in store by the museum.
2Coming in the future; about to happen: he did not yet know what lay in store for him
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  • For weeks they sweated over their decision, wondering what lay in store for them.
  • But when we booked the holiday, little did we know what lay in store for us once we arrived.
  • He signed a five-year contract last summer but admits he has been left wondering what the future has in store.
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