Definition of stockroom in English:

stockroom

Line breaks: stock|room
Pronunciation: /ˈstɒkruːm
 
, -rʊm/

noun

A room in which quantities of goods are stored.
More example sentences
  • Brothers and sisters work in the cellars, stockrooms and vineyards.
  • One delivered pickles and olives to grocery stockrooms, another sold pizza to supermarket deli counters, and yet another designed a sludge pump for municipalities so they could clear muddy water from streets.
  • The following afternoon she came into the store from the stockroom, stopping in the doorway as she saw the tall blonde man rifling through the cash register.

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