Definition of stow
Examples of stow in a Sentence
He stowed his gear in a locker.
Luggage may be stowed under the seat.
Recent Examples of stow from the Web
Or, passengers were instructed to stow them in checked bags.
Running by Cara Hoffman In the 1980s, teenager Cara Hoffman ditched college and took off for Europe, occasionally sleeping in train stations and stowing away in Venetian water taxis.
The waiters are accommodating and friendly, and will help stow away strollers in the kitchen.
Magliari said firearms are prohibited as carry-on items, but may be stowed as checked luggage with certain restrictions.
They must be stowed in checked bags or transferred to the cargo area of the plane before departure.
JetBue said Sunday the cake and other items were stowed in a bin reserved for safety and emergency equipment and the family refused multiple requests to remove them.
The NRA provided lockers for free so people could stow their firearms while inside the room where Trump was speaking Friday afternoon.
Choice cuts will be wrapped and stowed away in a chest freezer to be enjoyed throughout the year.
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STOW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stow for English Language Learners
: to put (something that is not being used) in a place where it is available, where it can be kept safely, etc.
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