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English definition of “hoard”

hoard

verb [T]
 
 
/hɔːd/
to collect and store a large supply of something, often secretly: He hoarded antique books in the attic.Collecting and amassing
hoard noun [C] a large, secret supply or collection of something: Police found a hoard of stolen jewellery in the car.Masses and large amounts of thingsHiding and disguising
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