storenoun

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

Examples

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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.
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I'd like to apologize for my partner.
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His parents didn't give him enough attention.
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And Captain, you can help me decorate.
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I am at your disposal. Just tell me what to do.
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I'm here to implement your vision.
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Well, we just wanna keep it classy.
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Got it, balloon arch.
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- What? - Say no more, it's done.
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I'm off to the nearest balloon store.
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Oh! I'll go.
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- Okay. Oh, thank you. - You're a saint, Pam. - No, no!
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It's not a big deal. Please. No.
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Meredith, can I get you something special while I'm at the store?
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Candy or one of those stylish turbans?
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Thanks, Pam!
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I'll take a pack of Nicorette gum and a pack of Kools.
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Okay.
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Sir, I think you're gonna miss your train.
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Oh, dang, a Tiger Eye Shooter!
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I always wanted one!
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That's your train, sir.
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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, day after day.
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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 know why he burned the books.
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Why?
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Because he wrote them.
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Last week, I was in a drug store, and I saw these glasses.
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Four dollars.
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And it only cost me $7 to recreate the rest of the ensemble.
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And that's a grand total of... $11.
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Every other big decision I've made in my life I was sure about:
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becoming a cop, asking you to marry me, buying those Jordan 1s for $500.
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Wait, you spent $500 on sneakers?
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Yeah, they were so cool, and if I had never worn them, they would have kept their value.
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- So they lost their value? - Yes, all of it.
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I stepped in a puddle as soon as I left the store.
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But this isn't about the Jordans.
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He was already dead.
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And we Schrutes use every part of the goose.
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The meat has a delicious, smoky, rich flavor.
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Plus, you can use the molten goose grease and save it in the refrigerator,
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thus saving you a trip to the store for a can of expensive goose grease.
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Wow. Win-win.
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Exactly. Thank you, Jim.
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Hi —
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No, no, I didn't mean to —
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It's okay.
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Yeah, I just need to see what I have to pick up at the hardware store.
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- I just had some time, I thought I'd fix the barn. - It's okay.
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Get your dad off my back.
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Who would've thought back in high school, you’d end up being so...handy.
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It worked!
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We got the whole store to ourselves.
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No, I ain't slapping it high.
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Why not?
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Because what you're doing is wrong.
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It's not wrong, I'm being thrifty.
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No, you're being shoplift-y.
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The only reason stores let you return stuff is if there's a problem with it.
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There is a problem with it, Doug, it cost $1,800.
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Oh, slap it high, buddy, come on!

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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We are so gonna find them this year.
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You know, when you guys said you were gonna go across the hall and look,
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you don't do that every year, do you?
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Yeah.
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You don't go into the back of my closet and look under my gym bag or anything?
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- No, we never do that. - No.
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Because that's where Joey gave me some stuff to store that I've never seen before in my life!
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Okay, that did not just happen.
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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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- Penny! Penny! - Sheldon?
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What do you want?
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I need access to The Cheesecake Factory's walk-in freezer.
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No, honey, I already told you.
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The hamburger meat is fresh and stored at a safe temperature.
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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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Everyone will know whose cheese it is.
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And they won't be able to take it from you anymore.
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Thank you, Bevers.
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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.