Storage means the act of keeping things and the place where you keep them.
That may be:
- Furniture designed to hold small objects:
- Bookcase, Cabinet (furniture), Chest (furniture), Cupboard, Desk, Sideboard (hutch), Refrigerator, etc.
- Small, mobile containers designed to hold food or other goods:
- boxes, bottles, and cans
- Food storage, containers such as Tupperware and Rubbermaid brands
- Container (cargo), a shipping container, storage for cargo transport
- Magazine (artillery), an item or place within which ammunition is stored
- Larger containers typically designed to store special kinds of objects or substances:
- Reservoir (water), an artificial lake
- Storage tank
- Dry cask storage, storing high-level radioactive waste
- Special rooms, or parts of buildings, designed for storage:
- Special buildings, or collections of buildings, designed to hold large objects, or a great many objects of a particular type:
- Shed, Depot, Garage (house)
- Warehouse, a commercial building for storage of goods
- Self storage, public storage facility
- Ammunition dump, a military storage facility for live ammunition and explosives
- Devices designed to store and release electrical charge or energy:
- Devices designed for information storage and retrieval:
- storage medium
- Computer storage, Hard drive, Computer memory
- See also Store and forward, relaying information through one or more intermediate stations which temporarily store the information
- Collections of stored information:
Related pages[change | change source]
- Storativity – a measure of storage
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