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stash

 (stăsh) Slang
tr.v. stashed, stash·ing, stash·es
To hide or store away in a secret place.
n.
1. A secret place where something is hidden or stored.
2. Something, such as money or an illegal drug, that has been hidden or stored.

[Origin unknown.]

stash

(stæʃ)
vb
informal (often foll by: away) to put or store (money, valuables, etc) in a secret place, as for safekeeping
n
1. informal a secret store or the place where this is hidden
2. (Recreational Drugs) slang drugs kept for personal consumption
[C20: origin unknown]

stash

(stæʃ)

v.t.
1. to put by or away as for safekeeping or future use, usu. in a secret place (usu. fol. by away).
n.
2. something put away or hidden.
3. a place in which something is stored secretly; hiding place.
[1790–1800; orig. uncertain]

Stash

 a hidden cache, 1942.

stash


Past participle: stashed
Gerund: stashing

Imperative
stash
stash
Present
I stash
you stash
he/she/it stashes
we stash
you stash
they stash
Preterite
I stashed
you stashed
he/she/it stashed
we stashed
you stashed
they stashed
Present Continuous
I am stashing
you are stashing
he/she/it is stashing
we are stashing
you are stashing
they are stashing
Present Perfect
I have stashed
you have stashed
he/she/it has stashed
we have stashed
you have stashed
they have stashed
Past Continuous
I was stashing
you were stashing
he/she/it was stashing
we were stashing
you were stashing
they were stashing
Past Perfect
I had stashed
you had stashed
he/she/it had stashed
we had stashed
you had stashed
they had stashed
Future
I will stash
you will stash
he/she/it will stash
we will stash
you will stash
they will stash
Future Perfect
I will have stashed
you will have stashed
he/she/it will have stashed
we will have stashed
you will have stashed
they will have stashed
Future Continuous
I will be stashing
you will be stashing
he/she/it will be stashing
we will be stashing
you will be stashing
they will be stashing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stashing
you have been stashing
he/she/it has been stashing
we have been stashing
you have been stashing
they have been stashing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stashing
you will have been stashing
he/she/it will have been stashing
we will have been stashing
you will have been stashing
they will have been stashing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stashing
you had been stashing
he/she/it had been stashing
we had been stashing
you had been stashing
they had been stashing
Conditional
I would stash
you would stash
he/she/it would stash
we would stash
you would stash
they would stash
Past Conditional
I would have stashed
you would have stashed
he/she/it would have stashed
we would have stashed
you would have stashed
they would have stashed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stash - a secret store of valuables or moneystash - a secret store of valuables or money
fund, store, stock - a supply of something available for future use; "he brought back a large store of Cuban cigars"
Verb1.stash - save up as for future use
lay aside, save up, save - accumulate money for future use; "He saves half his salary"

stash

(Informal)
verb
1. store, stockpile, save up, hoard, hide, secrete, stow, cache, lay up, salt away, put aside for a rainy day He had stashed money away in secret offshore bank accounts.
noun
1. hoard, supply, store, stockpile, cache, collection A large stash of drugs had been found aboard the yacht.

stash

verb
1. Slang. To put or keep out of sight:
Slang: plant.
2. Slang. To store up (supplies or money), usually well beyond one's needs:
noun
Slang. A supply stored or hidden for future use:
Translations

stash

[stæʃ]
A. Nescondite m, alijo m
B. VT (also stash away) (= hide) → esconder; (= save up, store away) → guardar

stash

[ˈstæʃ]
n (= hoard) → stock m
A large stash of drugs has been found aboard the yacht → Un important stock de drogue a été découvert à bord du yacht.
vtplanquer
stash away
vt sepplanquer

stash

vt (inf: also stash away) → bunkern (sl); moneybeiseiteschaffen

stash

[stæʃ] vt (fam) to stash sth awaynascondere qc
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