V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary


noun, verb

Definition: (n.) 1. a place of hiding or storage; 2. valuables that are stored or hidden; 3. memory space in a computer's RAM used for frequently accessed data, continually updated; (v.) to store or save something for future use

Synonyms: (n.) repository, stash, treasure, store, stockpile, (v.) reserve, hoard, save, stash

Antonyms: (v.) use

Tips: To help remember the meaning of cache, think of the rhyming words "cash" and "stash." (i.e: "I'm going to stash my cash in a chache.")

Usage Examples:

The ship's naval officers kept an extra cache of ammunition below the main deck in case they should ever need it. (supply, reserve) noun

Because she feared being robbed, the woman kept her fine jewelry in a cache in the highest hall cupboard. (stash, repository) noun

It's not wise to keep your cache of cash under the mattress. (reserve, supply) noun

She cached her valuables in a safety deposit box at the bank. (stored, stashed) verb

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