Translation of store in Spanish:


reserva, n.

Pronunciation /stɔː//stɔr/


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    • 1.1(stock, supply)

      reserva feminine
      provisión feminine
      to keep a store of sth tener una reserva / provisión de algo
      • she has a vast store of witty anecdotes tiene una enorme colección de anécdotas graciosas
      • he has a store of experience to draw on tiene el recurso de su amplia experiencia
      • in store
      • we always keep some drink in store siempre tenemos bebida de reserva
      • there's a surprise in store for her se va a llevar una sorpresa
      • knowing what was in store, she left home sabiendo lo que la esperaba, se fue de la casa
      • we have a surprise in store for you te tenemos (preparada) una sorpresa
      • who knows what the future has in store? ¿quién sabe lo que nos deparará el futuro?
      • Fittingly, this book provides a store of fascinating insights for those who love him, and a supply of brickbats for those who don't.
      • There is also strong demand for gold bars as a store of value.
      • Money, as a store of value, was an early facilitator of savings and one of the great inventions of mankind.
      • By being people that others respect and admire, we build up a store of power we can use for projects of our own.
      • Most of us carry a store of memories and hopes of beach life, from rock pools and sandcastles to romantic encounters walking along the silver sands on a desert island.
      • Mathematics became for me, not a store of past knowledge, but creative activity of the highest form, directed towards the future.
      • It is the principle of being a medium of exchange and only because of this that secondary functions come into being, such as the role of money as a store of value.
      • Memorates and personal narratives are something else, however, and she has a store of such narratives.
      • Here, the dollar is ubiquitous as a store of value, a measure of wealth and a pricing mechanism.
      • Kerr is fortunate to have such a store of commitment at hand.
      • As a store of pure wisdom, the book is by common agreement unequaled.
      • He and his wife laid nets in the lake then to get a store of fish in for the freezer; it was one of the ways they marked the end of winter, and the thaw.
      • It is a good idea to have a store of colostrum in the freezer for back up.
      • Over the longer term the dollar's biggest failure has been as a store of value.
      • A store of timber in Oldham also was available to the local population for building.
      • They also had a store of flint which they were able to make fires with.
      • I wonder how many homes have a store of plastic bags, also to be seen floating about in the trees and spoiling the landscape.
      • During these five years, the child builds up a store of knowledge about the environment, masters motor skills, and learns to look after itself.
      • Having a good sense of humour doesn't mean you have to have a store of jokes or tell them perfectly.
      • The old fashioned gold standard was that money is a store of wealth not a generator of wealth.

    • 1.2stores pluralMilitary Nautical

      pertrechos masculine
      • On the ship, Debbie was in charge of issuing medical stores, and at home she does a similar job for a chemist.
      • For Sgt Nathan Walsh, this means stores and equipment from Australia have arrived.
      • The ship carries provisions and stores for battalion transportation for more than ten days.
      • Alec landed at Anzac Cove in early November, 1915 and assisted in carrying ammunition, stores and water to the trenches.
      • She had visited ten different ports, issued 33,000 tonnes of diesel and aviation fuel and 2,400 tonnes of solid stores and food.
      • The corvette carries water, stores and fuel for an endurance of 14 days.
      • Spotters were used to transport munitions and stores from storage areas to the flightline when equipment could not be pre-positioned prior to sunset.
      • He made a cursory inspection of food stores and water supplies.
      • Arrangements were made to transfer 150 tonnes of stores to the ship as she transited just north of Darwin.
      • Without them, ammunition, stores, food, and fuel, would not reach the fighting troops.
      • Since building materials had to be shipped to Wewak, the procurement of stores in country proved a major challenge.
      • As soldiers waited for equipment from the stores, the corporal took the spare store key and unlocked the door, finding the storeman's body hanging inside.
      • Large ships have several ship stores and hundreds of vending machines that are heavily used.
      • After briefings and an exchange of stores, both ships continued their respective courses with a wave and a toot goodbye.
      • The four went to Townsville to load vehicles, stores and equipment.
      • Their main role was to co-ordinate the shipment of American troops, military equipment and stores through the port.
      • Flagship HMS Ark Royal sailed on Saturday, and headed for Scotland to take on stores and ammunition before she sails south again.
      • The supply of stores to the ship, which required a detailed and lengthy programme, is now well under way.
      • We relocate Army stores (we call them SSAs-supply support activities) as a matter of routine.
      • The general revealed that the US commandos came across stores of rocket propelled grenades, machine guns and ammunition and destroyed them.

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    (warehouse, storage place)
    almacén masculine
    depósito masculine
    bodega feminine Mexico
    he works in the store(s) trabaja en la bodega Mexico
    • all our furniture is in store tenemos todos los muebles en depósito / en un guardamuebles
    • The service says that there are 384 000 tons in the licensed public stores, grain depositories and the mills.
    • As Ray opened the door to a store of some sort, Rhea saw all of the weapons and armors.
    • The sale includes a shop with floor space of 216 square metres and a store of 12 square metres.
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    • 3.1US (shop)

      tienda feminine
      a shoe/hardware store una zapatería/ferretería

    • 3.2department store

      grandes almacenes masculine
      tienda feminine
      store clerk dependienta feminine

transitive verb

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    • 1.1(keep)

      (food/supplies/drink) guardar
      Business (goods) almacenar
      (information) almacenar
      (electricity) acumular
      store in a cool, dry place consérvese en un lugar fresco y seco
      • we have nowhere to store those files no tenemos donde guardar esos archivos
      • the children's old toys are stored (away) in the attic los juguetes viejos de los niños están guardados en el desván
      • energy is stored in the body in the form of fat el cuerpo almacena / acumula energía en forma de grasa
      • The grant was used to purchase a new examination light for the Children's Ward treatment room, plus a new fridge to store vaccinations.
      • Fresh calcium carbonate growth solutions were prepared each day and stored in sealed containers.
      • High-end mp3 players have monster hard disks up to 60GB in size for storing your entire CD collection.
      • Clay pots that you'd like to save from cracking and chipping should also be stored where they can remain dry.
      • There is another memento she keeps safely stored away.
      • I could remove all the CDs and tapes from my living room and store them away for good.
      • Food that needs to be kept fresh can be stored in containers too, meaning less plastic wrap or foil is needed.
      • Psychics say storing things causes corresponding accumulations in our bodies - a horrifying thought for hoarders.
      • Even the biggest bookstores don't have enough room to store a fraction of the new books that wash in and out, like foam on a tide.
      • If using seeds, take care that they are fresh or have been stored carefully in a cool place.
      • When stored under ideal conditions, okra seed will remain viable for about five years.
      • Some knick-knacks here and there had been safely stored away in my closet at home.
      • In some of those rooms the bank stored old records but many of the offices were as the occupants had left them.
      • Vials stored at room temperature remained infectious for fewer than two days.
      • Are you obsessive-compulsive about storing DVDs and CDs?
      • Whole papaya will stay fresh for a week when stored in a sealed container in the refrigerator.
      • A yellow cradle for storing the digital pen is cleverly built into the upper-right corner of the keyboard.
      • Gareth took note and he took to a search for a suitable island to store his accumulated loot.
      • Other researchers discovered that garlic stores selenium in a form that appears to be most active against cancer.
      • Most states took advantage of the boom times to create rainy day funds, storing away the extra cash.

    • 1.2Computing

      (program/data) almacenar
      • If the session-saving feature is enabled, the results may also be stored on the server.
      • This information was automatically stored on his hard drive.
      • In addition to the 90 names and numbers that can be stored on a SIM card, there is space for 500 names in the phonebook.
      • The client software can then be used to keep the information on the handset synchronized with the information stored on the server.
      • In effect, the smaller the magnetic grain, the smaller the bit, the more data that can be stored on a disk.
      • Information is stored on the card and updated every time it is used in a transaction.
      • This information will be stored on a special website so pupils can record and learn about the main issues in recycling and managing waste in the region.
      • Although a real-time link to ground exists, most of the data needs to be stored on hard disk.
      • Interested readers can find much information stored on microfilm in Bolton Central Library Archives.
      • Computer forensics deals with any and all evidence that is stored on a computer.
      • Confidential information should only be stored on computers in a locked room.
      • In essence, our whole business is to acquire information that is stored on computers.
      • His details were stored on a database and then six months ago, Charlie was contacted by the trust for further tests.
      • In a digital system, there can be days or even weeks of information stored on a hard drive within the unit itself.
      • He likened this notion of background knowledge to information stored on the hard disc of a computer.
      • Persistent cookies have an expiration date and are stored on a user's hard disk until that date.
      • Software will be loaded on a DVD drive and stored on the hard disk, Brown said.
      • In these solutions, confidential information is stored on a secure Web server.
      • As all personal information is stored on the network and not on a device, it is seen as offering a robust security option.
      • The most important change is to the file system - the way information is stored on the PC.

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    • 2.1(put in store)

      (furniture) mandar a un depósito
      (furniture) mandar a un guardamuebles

    • 2.2(stock, supply)

      to store sth with sth abastecer algo de algo
      • to store a ship with provisions abastecer un barco de provisiones

intransitive verb

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    (fruit/vegetables) conservarse



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    de confección
    (cake) comprado