[ stawr-uh-buh l, stohr- ]
/ ˈstɔr ə bəl, ˈstoʊr- /
capable of being stored for considerable time without loss of freshness or usability.
Usually storables. articles that are storable.
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- storage battery,
- storage capacity,
- storage cell,
- storage device
Origin of storable
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