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store US English

A retail establishment selling items to the public

store US Thesaurus

a store of money

in-store US English

Within a store

in store US English

In a safe place while not being used or displayed

chain store US English

One of a series of stores owned by one company and selling the same merchandise

cold store US English

A large refrigerated room for preserving food stocks at very low temperatures

dark store US English

A large retail facility that resembles a conventional supermarket or store but is not open to the public, housing goods used to fulfill orders placed online

dime store US English

A shop selling cheap merchandise (originally one where the maximum price was a dime)

store brand US English

A product manufactured specially for a retailer and bearing the retailer’s name

store card US English

A credit card that can be used only in one store or chain of stores

backing store US English

A device for secondary storage of data that typically has greater capacity than the primary store but is slower to access

general store US English

A store, typically in a small town, selling a wide variety of goods

package store US English

A store that sells alcoholic beverages in sealed containers for consumption elsewhere; a liquor store

store-bought US English

Bought ready-made from a store; not homemade

variety store US English

A small store selling a wide range of inexpensive items

discount store US English

A store that sells goods at less than the normal retail price

hardware store US English

A shop selling tools, implements, and other items used in home life and activities such as gardening

set store by US English

Consider (something) to be of a particular degree of importance or value

convenience store US English

A store with extended opening hours and in a convenient location, stocking a limited range of household goods and groceries

department store US English

A large store stocking many varieties of goods in different departments

mind the store US English

Have charge of something temporarily

same-store sales US English

A figure used to determine what amount of sales growth is attributable to new store openings, based on sales made by stores that have been open more than one year

store something up US English

Create problems for the future by failing to address a particular situation adequately at the time

store-and-forward US English

Relating to or denoting a data network in which messages are routed to one or more intermediate stations where they may be stored before being forwarded to their destinations

in store in store US English

In a safe place while not being used or displayed

store something up in store US English

Create problems for the future by failing to address a particular situation adequately at the time

set store by in store US English

Consider (something) to be of a particular degree of importance or value

anchor store in anchor US English

A store, e.g., a department store, that is the principal tenant of a mall or a shopping center

fish shop US English

A shop that sells fish for food

fish store in fish shop US English

A shop that sells fish for food

megastore US English

A very large store, typically one specializing in a particular type of product

storekeeper US English

A person who owns or runs a store

storeroom US English

A room in which items are stored

thrift shop US English

A store selling secondhand clothes and other household goods, typically to raise funds for a charitable institution

thrift store in thrift shop US English

A store selling secondhand clothes and other household goods, typically to raise funds for a charitable institution

grocery US English

A grocer’s store or business

five-and-dime US English

A store selling a wide variety of inexpensive household and personal goods


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