Definition of 'stash'
Example sentences containing 'stash'
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Australia stashed money away in the good times and paid off its debt. The Sun (2010)Lenders are expected to stash away profits over the coming years to build up their capital reserves. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Now the stash of cash has finally dried up. The Sun (2010)Cops found her with four men and a stash of the drug. The Sun (2009)Households will no longer feel they need the comfort blanket of a large precautionary stash of savings. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Your other half finds a stash of shopping receipts and accuses you of overspending. The Sun (2012)How many bottles of champagne does he have stashed away? Times, Sunday Times (2006)She could turn nasty if they find her stash. The Sun (2012)He is proud of having stashed away a lot of money in foreign banks. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And as you play you can discover exciting bonus rounds and special symbols that help you stash the cash. The Sun (2009)Or is that her secret stash? Times, Sunday Times (2010)There were bottles stashed all over my beleaguered parents' house and garden. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We don't have money stashed in the bank to be paying heavy fines. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Police then searched his bungalow and found he had a drug stash worth more than 120,000. The Sun (2008)They published a much larger stash of files said to include site members' emails. The Sun (2015)Who'd have known our secret shopping stash would cost as much as a new car? The Sun (2010)In her handbag she'd stashed three bottles of sleeping pills. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Yet a real villain walks free with a suspended sentence over a huge cannabis stash and is let off over the illegal gun. The Sun (2016)SIX Taliban insurgents stand lined up blindfolded in front of photographers yesterday after they were seized with a large weapons stash. The Sun (2012)Just imagine how much they would net if they managed to claw back ALL the money stashed in illegal accounts around the world. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'stash'
British English: stash VERB
If you stash something valuable in a secret place, you store it there to keep it safe.
We found money stashed behind the bookcase.
British English: stash NOUN
A stash of something valuable is a secret store of it.
A large stash of gold had been found aboard the yacht.
Definition of stash from the Collins English Dictionary
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