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Definition of “cache” - Learner’s Dictionary

cache

noun [C]     /kæʃ/
SUPPLY
a secret supply of something: a cache of weapons Masses and large amounts of thingsHiding and disguising
COMPUTER MEMORY
an area or type of computer memory in which information that is often in use can be stored temporarily, so that you can get to it quickly
Computer hardware
Translations of “cache”
in Chinese (Traditional) 隱藏物, 隱藏所…
in Russian тайник…
in Turkish bir şeyin gizli deposu, (argo) zula…
in Chinese (Simplified) 隐藏物, 隐藏所…
in Polish skład…
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