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Verb
/ˈwe(ə)rˌhous/,
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warehouses, plural;
  1. Store (goods) in a warehouse

  2. Place (imported goods) in a bonded warehouse pending the payment of import duty

  3. Place (someone, typically a prisoner or a psychiatric patient) in a large, impersonal institution in which their problems are not satisfactorily addressed

Noun
  1. A large building where raw materials or manufactured goods may be stored before their export or distribution for sale

  2. A large wholesale or retail store
    • - a discount warehouse

  1. store in a warehouse
  2. a storehouse for goods and merchandise
  3. (warehousing) repositing: depositing in a warehouse; "they decided to reposition their furniture in a recommended repository in Brooklyn"; "my car is in storage"; "publishers reduced print runs to cut down the cost of warehousing"
  4. A warehouse is a commercial building for storage of goods. Warehouses are used by manufacturers, importers, exporters, wholesalers, transport businesses, customs, etc. They are usually large plain buildings in industrial areas of cities and towns. ...
  5. The Warehouse (or the "House" for short) was a nightclub that was established in Chicago, Illinois in 1977 under the direction of Robert Williams. ...
  6. Warehouse is a song by Dave Matthews Band which was released on their first studio album, Under the Table and Dreaming. An alternate version of this song was also released on their early EP Recently. This song ranks near the top of the list in terms of all time fan favorites. ...
  7. The Warehouse, founded by Stephen Tindall in 1982, is the largest department store retailer operating in New Zealand. ...
  8. The Warehouse is a concert venue and recording studio located at 13 Theed Street on London's South bank, near Waterloo East. It is the home of the London Festival Orchestra.
  9. The Warehouse, located at 1820 Tchoupitoulas Street, was the main venue for rock music in New Orleans in the 1970s.
  10. A place for storing large amounts of products (wares). In logistics, a place where products go to from the manufacturer before going to the retailer; To store, as in a warehouse; To confine people to institutions for long-term periods
  11. (WAREHOUSING) The ability of an ODFI to receive a file from an originator prior to the Effective Entry Date and hold it for release to the ACH operator or for a RDFI to receive entries ahead of the Settlement Date and hold them without posting until the Settlement Date. ...
  12. (Warehousing) Mortgage bankers and other financial institutions make loans that are then periodically sold on the secondary market. After the loan is made but before it is sold - the loan is said to be in the lenders warehouse.
  13. (WAREHOUSING) If Buyer fails to accept delivery of finished products within fourteen (14) days of the scheduled shipment date, Buyer will be responsible for Seller's standard monthly warehousing charges, which will be added to Seller's invoice for such products. ...
  14. (Warehousing) the storing of goods
  15. (WAREHOUSING) IN THE TITLE INDUSTRY, THE TEMPORARY FUNDING AND HOLDING BY A LENDING INSTITUTION OF MORTGAGES ORIGINATED BY A MORTGAGE BROKER, UNTIL SUCH TIME AS THE MORTGAGE MARKET IMPROVES OR UNTIL THE MORTGAGE BROKER ACCUMULATES A SUFFICIENT AMOUNT OF MORTGAGES TO SELL TO A PERMANENT MORTGAGE ...
  16. Warehousing is the assembly of mortgage loans into "pools." Securities More
  17. (Warehousing) The packaging together of many mortgages for the purpose of selling them in the secondary market, usually by a mortgage banker who has originated the loans.
  18. (WAREHOUSING) Marketing Concepts is pleased to offer warehousing facilities and services for our customers’ and manufacturers’ convenience. ...
  19. (Warehousing) A holding area for materials that are used to produce finished goods, or a holding area used to store the actual finished product.
  20. (Warehousing) Entering into a swap without having entered into a matching swap, but with the expectation of hedging either through a matched swap or a portfolio of swaps.
  21. (Warehousing) Storage of products waiting for distribution and/or use.
  22. (Warehousing) The act of putting several loans together as a package investment and then selling that package to an investor. When mortgage brokers do this they often charge a "Warehousing Fee" to their borrowers.
  23. (Warehousing) The company now operates a break bulk and on site merchandising service operating for lOOsq mts of warehousing in Barkisland. ...
  24. (Warehousing) The fronting insurer provides warehousing service usually upon a captive’s start-up when the latter is not yet prepared to receive premiums. A part of this service allows the front to start receiving premiums reinsured to a captive.
  25. (Warehousing) The holding of a mortgage on a short term basis pending either a sale to an investor or other long term financing.