ware + house
warehouse (plural warehouses)
- A place for storing large amounts of products (wares). In logistics, a place where products go to from the manufacturer before going to the retailer.
A place for storing large amounts of products
- Lithuanian: sandėlys (lt)
- Malay: gudang (ms)
- Persian: انبار (fa) (anbâr)
- Polish: magazyn (pl) m
- Portuguese: armazém (pt) m
- Quechua: qullqa (qu)
- Romanian: magazie (ro) f, antrepozit (ro)
- Russian: склад (ru) (sklad) m, хранилище (ru) (xranílišče) n
- Cyrillic: складиште (sh) n, сместиште (sh) n
- Roman: skladište (sh) n, smestište (sh) n, spremnik (sh) m
- Spanish: almacén (es) m, depósito (es) m
- Swedish: lagerlokal (sv) c, lagerlokaler (sv) pl
- Telugu: గోదాము (te) (gOdaamu), గిడ్డంగి (te) (giddangi)
- Turkish: antrepo (tr), depo (tr), ambar (tr)
- Volapük: magad (vo), canamagad (vo)
Derived terms 
warehouse (third-person singular simple present warehouses, present participle warehousing, simple past and past participle warehoused)
- To store, as in a warehouse.
- To confine people to institutions for long-term periods.
To store, as in a warehouse