store (something) in (something or some place)

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store (something) in (something or some place)

1. To reserve, deposit, or put away something in some location. I'm storing my furniture in my parents' house while I travel around India. I'm storing a huge supply of bottled water and nonperishable food in the bunker, just in case.
2. To place or seal something in some kind of container, vessel, or conduit. I always cook up a huge pot of soup, stew, or chili on the weekend, then store it in individual plastic containers so I can eat it throughout the week. Long-term memories are stored in neuron clusters that are distributed around the various parts of the brain that control the senses in order to recreate the original experience in your mind.
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store something in something

to set something aside in something. Can I store my bicycle in your garage? Do you mind if I store my coat in your locker?
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