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N-COUNT 商店(英国英语中主要指大型百货商店，而美国英语中可指任何规模的商店) A store is a building or part of a building where things are sold. In British English, store is used mainly to refer to a large shop selling a variety of goods, but in American English a store can be any size of shop.
Bombs were planted in stores in Manchester and Blackpool.
VERB 贮存;储备;存放 When you store things, you put them in a container or other place and leave them there until they are needed.
Store the cookies in an airtight tin...
Some types of garden furniture must be stored inside in the winter.
VERB (在计算机里)存储;记忆;记录 When you store information, you keep it in your memory, in a file, or in a computer.
Where in the brain do we store information about colours?
...chips for storing data in electronic equipment.
N-COUNT (事物的)储存，储备 A store of things is a supply of them that you keep somewhere until you need them.
I handed over my secret store of chocolate biscuits...
Dolly's store of drinking glasses had run out.
N-COUNT 仓库;储存处 A store is a place where things are kept while they are not being used.
...a decision taken in 1982 to build a store for spent fuel from submarines.
...a grain store.
N-COUNT 大量;丰富 If you have a store of knowledge, jokes, or stories, you have a large amount of them ready to be used.
He possessed a vast store of knowledge...
Jessica dipped into her store of theatrical anecdotes.
PHRASE 就要出现在…身上;即将发生在…身上 If something is in store for you, it is going to happen at some time in the future.
There were also surprises in store for me...
Who knows what lies in store for the President?
PHRASE 重视;珍惜;认为…极为必要 If you set great store by something, you think that it is extremely important or necessary.
...a retail group which sets great store by traditional values.