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cachenoun [C]

 us   /kæʃ/
a ​secret or ​hiddenstore of things, or the ​place where they are ​kept: Authorities ​believe the ​robber was after a ​hidden cache of $2,500 ​kept in a ​box under the ​counter.
(Definition of cache from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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cachenoun [C or U]

uk   us   /kæʃ/ IT, INTERNET
an ​area or ​type of ​computermemory in which ​information that is often in use can be ​stored temporarily, so that you can get to it quickly: Set your ​browser so that the cache is ​automaticallycleared out ​frequently.

cacheverb [I or T]

uk   us   /kæʃ/
IT, INTERNET to ​storecomputerinformation temporarily so that a ​user can get to it quickly: All ​browsersspeed up your Web ​surfing by caching ​components of Web ​pages you ​access.
(Definition of cache from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “cache”
in Chinese (Simplified) 隐藏物, 隐藏所…
in Turkish bir şeyin gizli deposu, (argo) zula…
in Russian тайник…
in Chinese (Traditional) 隱藏物, 隱藏所…
in Polish skład…
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