stor·age noun \ˈstȯr-ij\
: space where you put things when they are not being used
: the state of being kept in a place when not being used : the state of being stored somewhere
: the act of putting something that is not being used in a place where it is available, where it can be kept safely, etc. : the act of storing something
a : the act of storing : the state of being stored; especially : the safekeeping of goods in a depository (as a warehouse)
b : the price charged for keeping goods in a storehouse
: the production by means of electric energy of chemical reactions that when allowed to reverse themselves generate electricity again without serious loss
Examples of STORAGE
- Her new house is much smaller, so she had to rent additional storage.
- We need to get our furniture out of storage.
- the body's storage of fat
- the storage of nuclear waste
First Known Use of STORAGE
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