stash away

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v stash away keep or lay aside for future use "store grain for the winter","The bear stores fat for the period of hibernation when he doesn't eat"
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Usage

In literature:

You notice, he knew just how much money Ravick had stashed away on Terra?
"Four-Day Planet" by Henry Beam Piper
It was amazing how much gold one man had been able to stash away.
"Despoilers of the Golden Empire" by Gordon Randall Garrett
Then he scowled at the sand box, the only place a thing that size could be stashed away.
"The Enormous Room" by Horace Leonard Gold
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In news:

Here's how: As an employee, you can stash away as much as $16,500.
Upcoming topics include costs savings of hiring a tax professional to prepare your taxes, deducting mileage, stashing tax free income away and changes in payroll taxes.
Anthony Curtis, publisher of Las Vegas Advisor, an industry newsletter, said many professional gamblers hang onto high-value chips and stash them away as a means to stay off the books, away from the IRS.
Unless you have one stashed away in your humidor, lighting up an OpusX to celebrate the brand's 10th anniversary could be tough -- it's about the toughest cigar brand in America to buy.
Welcome to Dad's Secret Stash, where we take a good look back at some of the naughty pictures our fathers probably had stashed away in their sock drawer.
"We don't stockpile like the people on the TV show -- we don't have that much space," though she does admit to stashing away that deodorant, plus 23 tubes of toothpaste.
401(k) balances are hitting record highs as employees stash away bigger shares of their salaries and companies ramp up contributions.
It's hard for us to believe that many young, modern women don't have nude pics of themselves stashed away on a phone, laptop or home computer.
Apple dumplings are delicious and pretty easy to make, especially if you have apple slices stashed away in jars.
Too often, we stash our elders away in institutional residential care facilities.
Snag the deals, slap on a "Don't Open Until Christmas" sticker and stash them away.
We trust our nest egg will be there when we need it, but what happens if your employer goes out of business and the money you stashed away is tied up in red tape.
25% have less than $15,000 stashed away for their golden years.
Welcome to Dad's Secret Stash , where we take a look back at some of the naughty pictures our fathers probably had stashed away in their sock drawer.
I think it's safe to say that many of us keep a stash of cash socked away in a secret spot in our homes.
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In science:

This in turn brings the need to stash away the generated solutions in order to continue searching for more answers (which are also saved).
Parallel Backtracking with Answer Memoing for Independent And-Parallelism
Memoing answers does not require having the bindings for these answers on the stack; in fact they should be stashed away and reinstalled when necessary.
Parallel Backtracking with Answer Memoing for Independent And-Parallelism
Note that this is at most the same amount of work as that of the execution of the goal, because it consists of stashing away the variables bound by the goal plus the structures created by the goal.
Parallel Backtracking with Answer Memoing for Independent And-Parallelism
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