Examples of depot in a Sentence
a distribution depot for auto parts
the guns and ammunition were stored in a depot in Concord
Recent Examples of depot from the Web
The new area will feature a depot, bandstand, barbershop and livery.
The army established warehouses, offices, an ordnance depot, a commissary, two hospitals and more.
Helping to put the picturesque in Sykesville is the former B&O Railroad depot, designed in vibrant Queen Anne style by E. Francis Baldwin.
Photo: Sarah Blesener for The Wall Street Journal The surrounding streets, meanwhile, are crowded with businesses catering to the industry: taxi depots, car-leasing services, driving schools and insurance brokers.
The depot closed in 1988, after 75 years of operation.
Government figures show that after Amazon opens a storage depot, local wages for warehouse workers fall by an average of 3%.
Cargo that is not directed to a specific clearing depot in Mombasa has been ordered onto the railway automatically, regardless of its final destination.
In early 2007, Anheuser-Busch teamed with a raft of comedy writers for original-sketch depot bud.
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Origin and Etymology of depot
First Known Use: 1795See Words from the same year
DEPOT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of depot for English Language Learners
: a train or bus station
: a place where military supplies are kept or where soldiers are trained
: a place where goods are stored
DEPOT Defined for Kids
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