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Pronunciation of Store: Learn how to pronounce Store in English correctly

Learn how to say Store correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word store:

noun
1a quantity or supply of something kept for use as needed:
the squirrel has a store of food
figurative
her vast store of knowledge
a place where things are kept for future use or sale:
a grain store
(stores) supplies of equipment and food kept for use by members of an army, navy, or other institution, or the place where they are kept:
cupboards for medical stores
he keeps the ship’s stores
crates started arriving at the quartermaster’s stores
British a computer memory.
2chiefly North American a shop of any size or kind:
a health-food store
British a large shop selling different types of goods:
[with modifier]:
DIY stores
[as modifier]:
a store manager
(also stores) British a shop selling basic necessities:
a well-stocked village store
3a sheep, steer, cow, or pig acquired or kept for fattening.
verb
[with object]
keep or accumulate (something) for future use:
a small room used for storing furniture
retain or enter (information) for future electronic retrieval:
the data is stored on disk
(be stored with) have a supply of (something useful):
a mind well stored with esoteric knowledge
Phrases
in store
1in a safe place while not being used or displayed:
items held in store
2coming in the future; about to happen:
he did not yet know what lay in store for him
set (or lay or put) store by (or on)
consider to be of a particular degree of importance or value:
many people set much store by privacy
Phrases
store something up
create problems for the future by failing to address a particular situation adequately at the time:
they’re storing up trouble by denying opportunities to younger players
Derivatives
storable
adjective
storer
noun
Origin:
Middle English: shortening of Old French estore (noun), estorer (verb), from Latin instaurare ‘renew’; compare with restore