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stash

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verb \ˈstash\

Definition of stash

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to store in a usually secret place for future use —often used with away

Examples of stash in a Sentence

  1. The police found where he had stashed the drugs.

  2. The gifts were stashed in the closet.

  3. He stashed the equipment under the bed.

  4. We wondered what they had stashed in their backpacks.

Origin and Etymology of stash

origin unknown


First Known Use: 1797


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stash

noun

Definition of stash

  1. 1 :  hiding place :  cache

  2. 2 :  something stored or hidden away a stash of narcotics

Examples of stash in a Sentence

  1. keeps a stash of tissues in her desk in case anyone needs one

Circa 1914

First Known Use of stash

circa 1914


STASH Defined for English Language Learners

stash

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verb

Definition of stash for English Language Learners

  • : to put (something) in a secret or hidden place

stash

noun

Definition of stash for English Language Learners

  • : an amount of something that is stored or hidden


STASH Defined for Kids

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stash

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verb \ˈstash\

Definition of stash for Students

stashed

;

stashing

  1. :  to store in a usually secret place for future use


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stash

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noun

Definition of stash for Students

  1. :  an amount of something stored secretly for future use



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