[ UK /kˈæʃ/ ]
[ US /ˈkæʃ, kæˈʃeɪ/ ]
  1. save up as for future use
  1. a hidden storage space (for money or provisions or weapons)
  2. a secret store of valuables or money
  3. (computer science) RAM memory that is set aside as a specialized buffer storage that is continually updated; used to optimize data transfers between system elements with different characteristics
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How To Use cache In A Sentence

  • IS is said to have used chlorine gas in attacks and built up a substantial chemical weapons cache. The Sun
  • So much the better if you have a cache of slightly obscure references that you can dispense, especially if these bear only tangential relationship to what you are discussing.
  • In May, FBI agents searched his home and found alarge cache of child pornography, federal prosecutors said. Official gets 6 years for child porn
  • He intends to plead not guilty, according to his lawyer, Plato Cacheris, who characterized his client as emotionally distraught.
  • When the ammonia fog cleared, they found meth, guns, stolen property, and a huge cache of pseudoephedrine pills.
  • Since then, Amazon has talked to media companies about smaller— and less expensive—caches of movies and TV shows than Net flix usually buys, those people added. Amazon Adds Streaming-Video Service For Prime Members
  • Proxy settings Most Access Providers have a server that caches copies of popular Web sites.
  • In these rarefied circles, being green brings cachet. Times, Sunday Times
  • Indeed, I would argue that it has already happened to some degree, as student loans have democratized the college degree and worn off some of its cachet.
  • The microprocessor is configured with a predecoder and an instruction cache.
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