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access time the amount of time needed for a computer to retrieve or store data.
aisle any passageway, as between sections of seats in a theater or sections of shelves in a store. [1/2 definitions]
archive to put or store in an archive. [1/2 definitions]
arsenal any supply or store. [1/3 definitions]
ATP a biochemical compound that serves to store energy in all living cells; adenosine triphosphate. (Cf. ADP.)
await to be in store for; to lay ahead for. [1/3 definitions]
back up to create and store a copy of (a computer file), often in a separate location, in case the original is damaged or lost.
bakery a store in which baked goods, such as bread, cake, and pastry, are made or sold.
bargain counter a counter in a store that is stocked with items to be sold at reduced prices.
barn a large farm building designed to house livestock or store equipment or produce.
bin to store in an enclosed container or space. [1/2 definitions]
boathouse a small building or shed built near or partly over the water's edge, and used to store boats.
bodega in Hispanic communities, a small grocery store, occasionally combined with a wine shop. [1/2 definitions]
bookstore a store in which books are the primary items for sale.
buyer an agent who chooses and purchases goods for a store. [1/2 definitions]
carboy a large bottle, usu. made of glass and surrounded by a protective framework of wood or basketry, used esp. to store and carry corrosive fluids.
cash-and-carry sold for cash only and without delivery or other services, as goods, or selling only in this way, as a store.
cask to put or store in a cask. [1/3 definitions]
cellar to store in a cellar. [1/4 definitions]
checker2 one employed as a cashier, as in a grocery store. [1/3 definitions]
closeout a sale of goods at low prices because the store is closing or because the line of goods will be discontinued.