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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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stockroomstock‧room /ˈstɒkrʊm, -ruːm $ ˈstɑːk-/ noun [countable]  BBTa room for storing things in a shop or office
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stockroomBottles will disappear from stockroom shelves and many published analytical and synthetic methods will have to be changed.The one which was being shown now in the large stockroom at the end of the corridor was flickering and rather grainy.In your computer, the stockroom is the main bank of memory chips, and your processor is the line of customers.And in there is the Robemaker's cache of enchantments ... The stockroom of spells ... The necromancer's treasure-house.She spent hours in the stockroom, trying everything on so that she could describe each dress to Louise.The first clerk went into the stockroom and never came back.You walk back to the stockroom, get the plugs and bring them to the counter.
From Longman Business Dictionarystockroomstock‧room /ˈstɒkrʊm, -ruːmˈstɑːk-/ noun [countable]COMMERCE a room where stocks of materials or goods are kept, in a shop, office, or factory
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