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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of store cheese

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of store cheese:
/stɔɹ t͡ʃiz/

Derived Form of store

plural: stores
third person: stores
past: stored
past participle: stored
present participle: storing
a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services
  1. he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod
Hyponymsbakery, barbershop, bazaar, betting shop, bodega, bookshop, booth, boutique, building supply store, butcher shop, canteen, chain store, cleaners, clothing store, commissary, computer store, confectionery, convenience store, delicatessen, drugstore, florist, gift shop, hardware store, head shop, junk shop, millinery, outfitter, package store, pawnbroker's shop, perfumery, pet shop, pizzeria, repair shop, salon, shoe shop, specialty store, thriftshop, tobacco shop, toyshop,
Hypernymsmercantile establishment,
Partsshopfront, storefront,
Type ofmercantile establishment, outlet, retail store, sales outlet,
Typesapothecary's shop, bakehouse, bakery, bakeshop, barbershop, bazaar, bazar, beauty parlor, beauty parlour, beauty salon, beauty shop, betting shop, bodega, bookshop, bookstall, bookstore, booth, boutique, building supply house, building supply store, butcher shop, candy store, canteen, chain store, charity shop, chemist, chemist's shop, cleaners, clothing store, commissary, computer store, confectionery, convenience store, deli, delicatessen, dress shop, drugstore, dry cleaners, fix-it shop, florist, florist shop, flower store, food shop, gift shop, haberdashery, haberdashery store, hardware store, hat shop, head shop, ironmonger's, junk shop, liquor store, loan office, meat market, mens store, millinery, novelty shop, off-licence, outfitter, package store, pawnbroker's shop, pawnshop, perfumery, pet shop, pharmacy, pizza parlor, pizza shop, pizzeria, repair shop, salon, second-hand store, shoe shop, shoe store, shoe-shop, specialty store, thriftshop, tobacco shop, tobacconist, tobacconist shop, toyshop,
a supply of something available for future use
  1. he brought back a large store of Cuban cigars
Synonymsstock, fund,
Hyponymshoard, infrastructure, issue, provision, seed stock,
Type ofaccumulation,
Typesbase, cache, government issue, hoard, infrastructure, issue, military issue, provision, seed stock, stash,
an electronic memory device
  1. a memory and the CPU form the central part of a computer to which peripherals are attached
Synonymsmemory, computer memory, storage, computer storage, memory board,
Hyponymsnon-volatile storage, read-only memory, real storage, scratchpad, virtual memory, volatile storage,
Hypernymshardware, memory device,
Type ofcomputer hardware, hardware, memory device, storage device,
Typesfixed storage, nonvolatile storage, non-volatile storage, read-only memory, read-only storage, real storage, ROM, scratchpad, virtual memory, virtual storage, volatile storage,
Part ofcomputer, computing device, computing machine, data processor, electronic computer, information processing system,
a depository for goods
  1. storehouses were built close to the docks
Synonymsstorehouse, depot, entrepot, storage,
Hyponymsdump, granary, magazine, railhead, treasure house, warehouse,
Type ofdeposit, depository, repository,
Typesgarner, granary, magazine, powder magazine, powder store, railhead, storage warehouse, treasure house, warehouse,
keep or lay aside for future use
  1. store grain for the winter
  2. The bear stores fat for the period of hibernation when he doesn't eat
Synonymshive away, lay in, put in, salt away, stack away, stash away,
Hyponymsbin, computerize, hive, roll up, victual,
Type ofhold on, keep,
Typesaccumulate, amass, bin, collect, compile, computerise, computerize, hive, hoard, pile up, roll up, victual,
See alsostorage, stored,
find a place for and put away for storage
  1. where should we stow the vegetables?
  2. I couldn't store all the books in the attic so I sold some
Hyponymsbottle, ensile, garage, garner, keep, loft, mothball, reposit, tank, warehouse, wharf,
Type ofhold on, keep,
Typesbottle, ensile, garage, garner, keep, loft, mothball, reposit, tank, warehouse, wharf,
See alsostorage,

Derived Form of cheese

plural: cheeses
third person: cheeses
past: cheesed
past participle: cheesed
present participle: cheesing
a solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk
Hyponymsbleu, brick cheese, Brie, Camembert, cheddar, Cheshire cheese, cottage cheese, cream cheese, double Gloucester, Edam, goat cheese, Gouda, grated cheese, hand cheese, Liederkranz, Limburger, mozzarella, Muenster, Parmesan, process cheese, quark cheese, ricotta, string cheese, Swiss cheese, triple cream, Velveeta,
Hypernymsdairy product, food,
Meronymscheese rind,
Partscheese rind, curd,
Type ofdairy product, food,
TypesAmerican cheese, bleu, blue cheese, brick cheese, Brie, Camembert, cheddar, cheddar cheese, Cheshire cheese, chevre, cottage cheese, cream cheese, double Gloucester, Edam, farm cheese, farmer's cheese, goat cheese, Gouda, Gouda cheese, grated cheese, hand cheese, Liederkranz, Limburger, mozzarella, Muenster, Parmesan, pot cheese, process cheese, processed cheese, quark, quark cheese, ricotta, store cheese, string cheese, Swiss cheese, triple cream, triple creme, Velveeta,
erect or decumbent Old World perennial with axillary clusters of rosy-purple flowers; introduced in United States
Synonymstall mallow, high mallow, cheeseflower, Malva sylvestris,
Type ofmallow,
Part ofgenus Malva, Malva,
used in the imperative (get away, or stop it)
  1. Cheese it!
Type ofcease, discontinue, give up, lay off, quit, stop,
wind onto a cheese
  1. cheese the yarn
Type ofspool,

store cheese on Youtube

  1. Korean convenience store GS 25's 'Mozza Cheese Dumppuk Gimbap.' (Gimbap with mozzarella cheese)
  2. Some pizza dough you can find some already made at the grocery store in the refrigerated section, some pizza sauce mozzarella cheese
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  4. Cheese-free Quarter Pounders at lower prices have since disappeared from store signage.
  5. Rikuro's store uses high quality danish cream cheese!
  7. you know, feta cheese, mozzarella cheese, any blue cheese, parmesan - you name it, just about any cheese actually can work.
  8. Except that, one have raclette cheese (French cheese) and potatoes, and the other one you have Munster cheese (French cheese)
  9. Today I mixed up Cheese Fire Noodle with Japaghetti I've heard Cheese Fire Noodle has rich cheese flavor Those of you who've been adding cheese to Fire Noodle on your own will be more comfortable!
  10. Add black plives & cheese. I am using Mozzarella cheese. You can use slice cheese or processed cheese too.
  11. Thok: Cheese rolling is Thok's favourite! Cheese roll! Cheese roll! Cheese roll!
  12. Maturing cheese room that was like one of the experience rooms and then there's the cheese palace cheese palace. And then that is I
  13. place it on the bread, have a little cheese -- or omit the cheese if you're gonna have the chicken because the cheese is salty.
  14. I like cheese. Hello! Look, its Steves cheese. Delicious. I like cheese. Im going
  15. famous cheese France has its camembert cheese Greece has its feta cheese which
  16. Limburger cheese kind of foul-smelling cheese not like cheddar cheese
  17. and of course don't forget cheese in lasagnas! Here's sharp cheddar cheese. You may also use shredded quickmelt cheese
  18. If I even see a square milimeter of pasta, (pasta is done)I don't got enough cheese. Gimme the cheese bowse!(Thats alot of cheese O.O)
  19. Angelfish and Attacked Cheese it bit Cheese and Cheese went Rolling and I was like I'm duck blue Angel you're out of here but all
  20. Cheese. Cheese. AND MAOR CHEESE ~ (If lactose-intolerant, maybe skip this step. Unless you want something to happen, then you are on your own here.)