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Ex. 1: I made him go to home depot.
Eu o convenci ir ao depósito / loja de materiais de construção.
Ex. 2: I made him go to the (building) warehouse.
Eu o convenci a ir ao depósito / armazém (de materiais de construção).
Ex. 3: I made him go to the bonded / bounding warehouse.
Eu o convenci a ir ao depósito alfandegado.
Home depot (AmE) / Home-depot (BrE)
Noun (plural: home depots)
Meaning: a depot is a place where a shopper can find everything related to a particular field.
- A chain of home improvement warehouse stores which combine the availability of large quantities of raw materials and tools. The Home Depot, Inc. Is an American home improvement supplies retailing company that sells tools, construction products, and services. The company is headquartered at the Atlanta Store Support Center in Cobb County of Atlanta, Georgia. It was founded in 1978.
Note: The word depot came into English from the French word dépôt, meaning "a deposit, place of deposit." A depot can be a place like a warehouse where items are temporarily deposited, or even a shop, but we also use it for a train or bus station. In this case, think of it as a place where a many passengers are being temporarily housed.
Ex.: Your bus trip might require you to get off one bus at a big depot, and transfer to another.
Sua viagem de ônibus pode exigir que você saia de um ônibus em um grande terminal e vá para outro
Bounded / bounding warehouse / bound
A bonded warehouse, or bond, is a building or other secured area in which dutiable goods may be stored, manipulated, or undergo manufacturing operations without payment of duty. It may be managed by the state or by private enterprise. In the latter case a customs bond must be posted with the government. In Brazil, the bonded warehouses are private buildings authorized by RFB (Secretaria da Receita Federal do Brasil - The Department of Federal Revenue of Brazil).
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(1) Oxford Learner's Dictionary.
(2) Pearson Education. Longman Dictionary. 2004.
(3) Collins English Dictionary. 2000.