Translation of storehouse in Spanish:

storehouse

Pronunciation: /ˈstɔːrhaʊs; ˈstɔːhaʊs/

n

  • 1.1 (warehouse) almacén (masculine), depósito (masculine), bodega (feminine) (Mexico/México)
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    • Beside the town of Habuwa are remains of dwellings, storehouses and administrative buildings dating back to the Hyksos and the New Kingdom periods, as well as a great many ovens for baking bread to feed a large number of soldiers.
    • Investigations indicated the fire started from a temporary storehouse at the building's rear adjacent to a boiler room.
    • In addition to the hall there are many other buildings, such as storehouses, guest houses, workshops, stables, servants' houses, a bake-house or kitchen and a stone built chapel.
    1.2 (source) mina (feminine) a veritable storehouse of information una verdadera mina de información
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    • Making use of the storehouse of the unconscious, the automatism of contemporary technologies, and the power of collective action, such groups present us with a truly alternative mode to the production of knowledge.
    • The write-ups are a storehouse of information for future generations.
    • In the environment there is a dimension that resists and escapes us: to reduce the world to a storehouse of materials for limited human purposes is thus to put in question any serious belief in an indestructible human value.

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