Pronunciation: (kash), [key]
—n., v., cached, cach•ing.
1. a hiding place, esp. one in the ground, for ammunition, food, treasures, etc.: She hid her jewelry in a little cache in the cellar.
2. anything so hidden: The enemy never found our cache of food.
3. Alaska and Northern Canada.a small shed elevated on poles above the reach of animals and used for storing food, equipment, etc.
to put in a cache; conceal; hide.
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