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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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storeroomstore‧room /ˈstɔːrʊm, -ruːm/ noun [countable]  TBBKEEP/STOREa room where goods are stored
Examples from the Corpus
storeroomExcitement fades to disillusionment, and so another piece of technology goes to gather dust on a storeroom shelf.After it briefly was displayed in the Rotunda, the statue was banished to a storeroom.A stranger would not have known about the windowless basement storeroom.Most of the equipment must be locked away in storerooms and sheds at night and put out again every morning.Instead, they are housed in storerooms in museums to be used by researchers.Drago unlocked the door at the top of the stairs, and led the way into a high narrow storeroom.Mackey had found most of these materials in a kind of storeroom off the living room.One morning an employee walked into the storeroom, and there was old Francis.
From Longman Business Dictionarystoreroomstore‧room /ˈstɔːrʊm, -ruːm/ noun [countable]COMMERCE a room where goods are stored
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