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store away

To hide, reserve, or hoard something for future use. A noun or pronoun can be used between "store" and "away." I've been storing away a little bit of money each so that I can afford a trip to Spain next summer. It turns out she'd been storing office supplies away in the filing cabinet near her desk. The company has been accused of storing away huge amounts of customers' data, which it then implemented into its advertising algorithms across its various platforms.
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store something away

to put something away for future use; to set something aside. Store the extra rice away for use next week. Please store away the extra food.
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store away

v.
To put away or reserve something for future use: We ate one cookie each and stored away the rest for the next day. Don't carry those important documents with you; you should store them away in a safe place.
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The countrystyled Arklow Console Table is a versatile piece of furniture that can store away all of those Sunday roast essentials in its six drawers and accompanying shelves underneath
Best of all, the Euro Classic is easy to fold up and store away when not in use.
When not in use the table folds down and the chairs store away inside.
The catcher should confer with the pitcher before each game to discuss the scouting report, and he should keep a mental diary on every pitch-- store away what kind of pitch gave the hitter trouble and what kind he consistently hit.
Our wholeness and well-being depend on whether we are at ease with our past or whether there are things we anxiously store away in some dungeon of our heart, whence they are bound to inflict us with sudden and sickening intensity.
They don't have to give the store away to get along well with the new breed of buyers.
Our top tip for drawers that stick is to rub a candle on the sides of the drawers as the wax helps them to glide more eas- We then used a clear wax on top to protect the sur- Storage is a premium in our modern homes so having a tall slim item saves a great deal of floor space and all of those drawers are handy to store away clutter.
Spring's around the corner, so store away all that winter black and get into something white, something bright and something pretty.
"Store away your peasant skirts as the new spring summer season is all about pared-down elegance," says Kate Blythe, fashion features assistant from Elle.
A HORDE is a crowd or throng; hoard is to store away - so a collection is a hoard (Page 20, April 1).
Only one in four said they would spare the feelings of the giver and store away the unwanted gift and bring it out at appropriate moments in the future.
"People are asked not to leave goods on show which may tempt a passing thief and to store away any valuables, including any presents."
We'd store away this cute one like piles of nuts if they did it in other colours.
Martyn Pullan, business development manager at The Space Station, said: "More and more house owners are coming to us to store away children's toys, extra books, furniture and personal possessions while they market their house - to make the home look bright, spacious and airy to potential buyers.
The plea follows a break-in at the Anglers Arms on Sheepwash Bank, Guide Post in the early hours of Thursday morning in which raiders got away with a collection bottle full of coins and notes Yesterday Northumbria Police asked publicans to remove cash from tills, floats and gaming machines overnight, store away or secure charity boxes and empty them regularly, secure all doors and windows and set alarms.