a refrigerated compartment or building for keeping foods, furs, etc., in cold storage.
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Origin of cold store
First recorded in 1890–95; by back formation from cold storage
Words nearby cold store
Definition for cold store (2 of 2)
[ kohld-stawr, -stohr, -stawr, -stohr ]
/ ˈkoʊldˈstɔr, -ˈstoʊr, -ˌstɔr, -ˌstoʊr /
verb (used with object), cold-stored, cold-stor·ing.
to store in cold storage.
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Example sentences from the Web for cold store
The time during which soft fruit can be kept even in cold-store is limited, and does not exceed about six weeks.