Translation of storage in Spanish:

storage

Pronunciation: /ˈstɔːrɪdʒ/

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  • 1.1 (of goods) depósito (m), almacenamiento (m), almacenaje (m); (of water) almacenamiento (m); (of electricity) acumulación (f) to put one's furniture into storage mandar los muebles a un depósito or a un guardamuebles (before n) storage room trastero (m) we have plenty of storage space tenemos mucho lugar or espacio para guardar cosas storage tank tanque (m) de almacenamiento
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    • The lack of practical storage methods has hindered the more widespread use of hydrogen fuels, which are both renewable and environmentally clean.
    • These methods were successful in storage of rain water for future use.
    • And there is no widespread storage method today that mitigates this problem.
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    • Again there is no built-in storage but space is available to rectify this.
    • Bike storage will be available and additional parking from local area lots can be purchased.
    • We have secure storage available for these items.
    1.2 [Comput] almacenamiento (m) (before n) storage device dispositivo (m) de almacenamiento
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    • The increase has been blamed on the rise of the Internet, electronic services and computerised storage of information turning data protection and privacy into a hot topic.
    • Have all their systems integrated with their back-end databases for real-time information storage and retrieval.
    • One of the biggest bottlenecks is the memory subsystem responsible for data storage and retrieval.
    1.3 (cost) (gastos (mpl) de) almacenaje (m)
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    • Father of one, Kenneth said that when you add up the amount of fuel they use plus running, maintenance and storage the planes cost around £800 an hour.

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