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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.]
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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]
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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]
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Stash

 a hidden cache, 1942.
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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
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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"
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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.
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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:
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Translations

stash

[stæʃ]
A. Nescondite m, alijo m
B. VT (also stash away) (= hide) → esconder; (= save up, store away) → guardar
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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
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

stash

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

[stæʃ] vt (fam) to stash sth awaynascondere qc
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Although it's a simple concept, sewists have a variety of complex emotions about their stashes, from the joy of the hunt to guilt about consumption and frustration with disorganization.
Cain stashes stolen goods at the church When Harriet realises he's using the sacred building to stash his ill-gotten gains she's shocked and angry.
Experienced and intermediate-level knitters will find much to attract in this excellent survey of knit projects that can be produced from yarn stashes and leftovers.