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storenoun

  • ja
  • ena large shop that sells many different types of goods

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A man walks into a store.
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He searches for a certain section of books.
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He takes out a can of lighter fluid.
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I'm interested in purchasing a couch,
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and I don't know anyone that works in this store.
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It worked!
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We got the whole store to ourselves.
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Sometimes you have to pass up one opportunity for another.
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Sir!
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I always thought if I ran this store for long enough, a nice lady would come in.
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But it's just men stealing marbles.
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So, the store was hit about 2 hours ago.
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They took mostly tablets, laptops, and cameras —
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Sorry.

Other meanings for store...

storeverb

  • ja蓄える、備蓄する
  • ento supply, stock, or put something tangible (such as food) or intangible (such as information retrieved by a computer) somewhere and keep it there to use later
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Batteries are very limited today.
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Their ability to store a lot of power is not dramatically better than 50 years ago.
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And yet for new energy systems where you're collecting from the sun or wind,
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which are intermittent, we're gonna need batteries that are a hundred times better
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to really solve this problem.
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It’s not just Big Tech moving business into the cloud.
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Smaller companies are buying in, too, as a way to grow their businesses.
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Just think, instead of having to buy all of this hardware to backup your data,
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you can store an unlimited amount of information online.
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And I have a present for you.
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You didn't have to get me anything.
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Oh, well, it's just...
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So you could store your cheese in here.
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If we're going to switch to renewables,
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we need a way to use wind and solar power when the sun is not shining or the wind is not blowing.
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And to do that, you need some way to store that energy.
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Wash them well and store them properly
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as some produce like apples and cabbages will keep in the fridge for weeks.
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Its heightened senses mean it actually relishes rotting food.
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So store food in airtight containers.
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Cover trash bins and keep your basement dry.
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You know, in hindsight, maybe easily carried bags with giant dollar signs
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isn't the best way to store our money.