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depository

[dih-poz-i-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee]
noun, plural depositories.
1.
a place where something is deposited or stored, as for safekeeping: the night depository of a bank.
2.
a depositary; trustee.
adjective
3.
of or pertaining to a depository or depositories: the depository role of a bank.

Origin:
1650–60; (def 1) < Medieval Latin dēpositōrium; (def 2) deposit + -ory1 (noun use of adj. suffix)

nondepository, adjective
predepository, noun, plural predepositories.
subdepository, noun, plural subdepositories.
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depository (dɪˈpɒzɪtərɪ, -trɪ)
 
n , pl -ries
1.  a store, such as a warehouse, for furniture, valuables, etc; repository
2.  a variant spelling of depositary
 
[C17 (in the sense: place of a deposit): from Medieval Latin dēpositōrium; C18 (in the sense: depositary): see deposit, -ory1]

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depository
"place where things are deposited," 1750, from M.L. depositorium, from deposit-, pp. stem of deponere (see deposit).
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