Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Store"

The meaning of "Store" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "store" in the sentence below mean?
A: "Store", in this case, means "to keep". "Store" implies to keep something for a longer period of time.
Q: What does Solicitation is not allowed in the store. mean?
A: You are not allowed to sell stuff there. "No solicitors" or "no saleman' signs mean the same thing.
Q: What does I am looking around/browsing(in the stores). Are they the same and natural? mean?
A: They mean the same thing and they are both natural.
Q: What does what's in store mean?
A: what comes next
Q: What does I go to the store for a new computer and games mean?
A: Idę do sklepu po nowy komputer i gry.

Example sentences using "Store"

Q: Please show me example sentences with When I call to a store in order to ask they are open or not, how can I say to them?.
A: Hello, I was wondering if your store is still open?
When will your store be closing?
Q: Please show me example sentences with the store will be famous as it goes viral about
A: A better way would be “The store will go viral for ______” or “The store will become famous because of ____”
Q: Please show me example sentences with store.
A: "I went to the store to buy some jeans"
"they sell toys at the store"
"the mall has many great stores"
"I like to store my cereal in a plastic container"
Q: Please show me example sentences with my store room pe rakha tha aap ku mila ka woh saman.
A: Everything after "room" doesn't make sense

Synonyms of "Store" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between store and shop ?
A: They can both be used to refer to the same thing, but stores are usually bigger!
Q: What is the difference between store and shop ?
A: Shop links to the word shopping. Store is more like a place for storage. For clothes, 'shop' seems more appropriate.
Q: What is the difference between store and shop ?
A: They are the same. However, "store" is much more commonly used. "Shop" feels dated. It may refer to a small, quaint sort of establishment.
Q: What is the difference between I stopped at that store yesterday. and I stopped at the store yesterday. ?
A: I know in English lessons they sometimes say that "that" and "the" are the same as それ, but
それ is really more like "that." "That" refers to a specific thing that is being talked about. If I walked past a store, or my friend told me about it, I would say "I went to that store" so they knew I went to the one they were talking about. "The" is more general. If you just want to tell someone you went shopping, you could say "I went to the store."
Q: What is the difference between store and shop ?
A: In UK English, "store" is usually short for "storeroom". In US English, the storeroom is called "stockroom".

Similarly, in US English, "shop" is usually short for "workshop".

Apple's American-origin naming of the iTunes Store means store-as-shop is starting to appear in UK English a little, but it's still not exactly widespread.

Translations of "Store"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? convenient store
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? which one is more natural?

The store is with function of internet cafe.
or
The store has internet cafe function.
A: The store has *an* internet cafe function.

You have to add "an" because "function" is a countable noun.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 1.the store is used to be here
2.the store used to be here
A: the second is correct
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? how is different

the store closed or the store [is] closed?
A: 'The store closed' is the past tense, e.g. 'I couldn't buy my books because the store closed at 5pm'.

'The store is closed' is the present tense and describes an ongoing state, e.g. (when you arrive at the store) 'Oh no, the store is closed! I can't buy my books!'
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When I want to ask convenient store is exist or not nearby here, How to make question sentence
A: You can say:
Is there a convenient store nearby?
Are there any convenient store nearby?
Are there any convenient store in this area?

Other questions about "Store"

Q: knick-knack store Does this sound natural?
A: Does it sell clothes, home decor, makeup, perfume, purses, and shoes? If it does and it's really big (maybe more that one floor), I'd say it's closest to a department store like Macy's or JcPenny. If it's small and run by a few people then I would call it a boutique probably.

If it doesn't sell clothes or makeup and it's pretty much only furniture, decorations, small appliances, and other trinkets like Tuesday Morning or Pier One Imports, I would call it a home goods store!
Q: store money Does this sound natural?
A: Deposit money means you are depositing money into an account (putting money into an account, not storing or saving)
Q: We looked the stores of outlet shopping mall, but they didn't sell their items cheap that we expected. Does this sound natural?
A: We looked in the stores at the outlet shopping mall, but their items were more expensive than we expected.
Q: (At a store) where can I find eggs?

Do I have to put the word like "pack of" or "bottle of" right before a noun? Does this sound natural?
A: At a grocery store you don't need to distinguish, you can just say "can you show me where i can find ketchup?" And they'd take you there.
Q: (When at store, and don't want to buy anything): "I am just looking" Does this sound natural?
A: Felipe, morei na australia e era comum dizer: "Im just browsing" or "im just having/taking a look"

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