verb (used with object), stored, stor·ing.
verb (used without object), stored, stor·ing.
- in readiness or reserve.
- about to happen; imminent: There is a great deal of trouble in store for them if they persist in their ways.
Origin of store
Examples from the Web for in-store
Fashion should be smart enough to take the long view andg ive it to them: in-store if necessary, but not on a show.Kate Middleton's Heel Almost Caused a Fall; Anna Wintour's New Job Responsibilities Still Unclear|The Fashion Beast Team|March 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But focusing on in-store experience—and bringing in a French hotelier to fix it—misses the forest for the trees.
Of course, in-store checkout is at most a half-problem seeking a solution.
In most cases, the in-store shopping experience does not take into account how people interact with information today.
Retailers who embrace digital technology can harness information to redefine and re-enliven the in-store shopping experience.
British Dictionary definitions for in-store (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for in-store (2 of 2)
- an establishment for the retail sale of goods and services
- (in combination)storefront
- a large supply or stock kept for future use
- (as modifier)store ship
- a storage place such as a warehouse or depository
- (in combination)storeman
- an animal bought lean to be fattened up for market
- (as modifier)store cattle
Word Origin for store
Idioms and Phrases with in-store
see in store; mind the store; set store by; variety store.