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warehouse in Industry topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwarehouseware‧house /ˈweəhaʊs $ ˈwer-/ ●●○ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 TIKEEP/STOREa large building for storing large quantities of goods
Examples from the Corpus
warehouseThe £5,500 creation is currently in mothballs in a warehouse in downtown Los Angeles.It will be years before I catalogue her paintings in a warehouse room.It has the charm of a warehouse and the coziness of an airplane hangar.Kittiwakes, seagulls that normally nest on cliffs, are now installed as regular guests on a warehouse ledge.In fact, the Brandon Vale airport had all the charm and credibility of a foreclosed and abandoned warehouse.Prices rose in April 1990, but fell again in May to £1,573 after an upsurge in warehouse copper stocks.Recently a new S80 large fork lift has been supplied to the warehouse.So, too, do those people in towns who have the misfortune to live near the wrong warehouse.