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- (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /ˈstɔː.ɹɪd͡ʒ/
- (US) IPA(key): /ˈstɔ.ɹɪd͡ʒ/
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- Rhymes: -ɔːɹɪdʒ
- (uncountable) The act of storing goods; the state of being stored.
- There's a lot of storage in the loft.
- (usually countable) An object or place in which something is stored.
- 2011 (2008), Wan Renpu, Petroleum Industry Press (translator), Advanced Well Completion Engineering, page 115,
- Underground natural gas storages are underground facilities for storing natural gas. At present, there are three types of underground natural gas storages worldwide, which include depleted oil and gas reservoir gas storages, salt-cave gas storages and aquifer storages.
- 2012, A. Grinham, B. Gibbes, D. Gale, M. Watkinson, M. Bartow (University of Queensland), Extreme rainfall and drinking water quality: a regional perspective, C. A. Brebbia, Water Pollution XI, page 187,
- Low impact storages included the northern and southern region′s Cooloolabin Dam, Baroon Pocket Dam, Leslie Harrison Dam, Hinze Dam and Little Nerang Dam. Highly impacted storages included central region′s Wivenhoe Dam, Somerset Dam and North Pine Dam (Fig. 2), where TSS concentrations in these central storages where[sic] more than double compared to northern and southern storages (Fig. 2A).
- (usually uncountable, computer hardware) Any computer device, including such as a disk, on which data is stored for a longer term than main memory.
- I′d recommend backing up these files to storage before reinstalling the operating system.
- 2007, Ramesh Bangia, Computer Fundamentals and Information Technology, Firewall Media, India, page 43,
- Secondary storages are used to store system programs (viz; operating system, assembler, interpreter, compiler and so on), data files, software packages and so on.
- (uncountable) The price charged for storing goods.
The plural form appears to be more common in Australian English.
act or state
- To put into storage; to store.