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hold2 the space inside a ship used to store things.
honeycomb a group of many small cells made of wax in which bees store their honey. Each cell has thin walls and six sides. [1/3 definitions]
hopper a bin or container that can be opened from the bottom and that is shaped like a funnel. A hopper is used to store grain, coal, or other loose materials. [1/2 definitions]
ingot an amount of metal made into a shape that makes it easy to hold or store.
keep to put or store. [1/8 definitions]
pharmacy a place in a store or hospital in which drugs are prepared and sold; drugstore.
pincushion a small padded cushion used to store pins and needles that are stuck into it.
salesclerk someone whose job is to assist and sell goods to customers in a store.
save1 to keep or store for future use. [1/4 definitions]
shop a small store. [1/4 definitions]
shoplift to steal from a store. [2 definitions]
shoplifter a person who steals things from a store while pretending to be a customer.
shopping the activity of looking for and buying things in a store
silo a tall building that is used to store food for farm animals. Silos are often shaped like cylinders. [1/2 definitions]
stack to put, store, or arrange in a stack or stacks. [1/5 definitions]
stock a supply ready for use; store. [1/12 definitions]
stow to put away or store in a place or container.
supermarket a large store that carries a wide variety of food and household items.
trading post a store in a frontier area or other place far from towns. At a trading post, local products can be traded for goods brought from distant places.
transitive verb a verb that has a direct object. In the sentence, "My father owns a grocery store," "owns" is a transitive verb and "store" is the direct object.
trunk a large, strong container, often with a lock, used to store or transport goods; chest. [2/6 definitions]