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Storage vs. Stowage

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Storagenoun

(uncountable) The act of storing goods; the state of being stored.

‘There's a lot of storage space in the loft.’;

Stowagenoun

The act or practice of stowing.

‘the stowage of cargo’;

Storagenoun

An object or place in which something is stored.

Stowagenoun

A place where things are stowed.

‘Accommodations were so poor I think we were in stowage, with the rest of the cargo.’;

Storagenoun

Any computer device, including such as a disk, on which data is stored for a longer term than memory.

‘I′d recommend backing up these files to storage before reinstalling the operating system.’;

Stowagenoun

Things that are stowed.

‘Our stowage disappeared down the chute, into the employee only cargo area, never to be seen again by man.’;

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Storagenoun

(uncountable) The price charged for storing goods.

Stowagenoun

Amount of room for storing things.

‘The reduction in the ship's size naturally reduced her stowage.’;

Storageverb

To put into storage; to store.

Stowagenoun

A charge for stowing and storage.

‘We'll have to pay the stowage if we want our crate back.’;

Storagenoun

The act of depositing in a store or warehouse for safe keeping; also, the safe keeping of goods in a warehouse.

Stowagenoun

The act or method of stowing; as, the stowage of provisions in a vessel.

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Storagenoun

Space for the safe keeping of goods.

Stowagenoun

Room in which things may be stowed.

‘In every vessel is stowage for immense treasures.’;

Storagenoun

The price changed for keeping goods in a store.

Stowagenoun

The state of being stowed, or put away.

Storagenoun

the act of storing something

Stowagenoun

Things stowed or packed.

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Storagenoun

a depository for goods;

‘storehouses were built close to the docks’;

Stowagenoun

Money paid for stowing goods.

Storagenoun

the commercial enterprise of storing goods and materials

Stowagenoun

the charge for stowing goods

Storagenoun

(computer science) the process of storing information in a computer memory or on a magnetic tape or disk

Stowagenoun

a room in which things are stored

Storagenoun

an electronic memory device;

‘a memory and the CPU form the central part of a computer to which peripherals are attached’;

Stowagenoun

the act of packing or storing away

Storagenoun

depositing in a warehouse

Stowage

In nautical terminology, stowage is the amount of room available for stowing materials aboard a ship, tank or an airplane. In container shipping, stowage planning refers to the arrangement of containers on board a container vessel.

Storagenoun

the action or method of storing something for future use

‘the room lacked storage space’; ‘the chair can be folded flat for easy storage’;

Storagenoun

the retention of retrievable data on a computer or other electronic system

‘a storage capacity of two megabytes’; ‘data storage’;

Storagenoun

space available for storing something, in particular allocated space in a warehouse

‘Cooper had put much of the furniture into storage’;

Storagenoun

the cost of storing something in a warehouse.

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