Meaning of CACHE in English

CACHE

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

large

In 1884 a large cache of his letters dating from 1643 to 1648 was discovered, and some have been printed.

This is by far the largest cache of Roman coins to be uncovered in Britain since the eighteenth century.

It was a large cache of arms.

secondary

Chip frequency and size of secondary cache on the box in between are currently undecided.

■ NOUN

memory

We've further enhanced speed by adding 32K of CompuAdd engineered cache memory .

But high-speed cache memory is expensive.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Police have found a cache of automatic weapons in a house in the city centre.

The drug cache that the men were found in possession of was worth roughly $1 million.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Also in Belfast, police arrested a man after an arms cache was found in the Protestant Donegall Pass district.

At least 42 people were arrested in connection with the caches, said Gen.

But high-speed cache memory is expensive.

In figure 2.5 the cache type is Package Name.

Q: A friend told me that if I buy a computer, I should make sure it has 256K of cache .

The caches and paramilitaries were maintained for many years, well after the danger of a surprise Soviet attack faded.

We've further enhanced speed by adding 32K of CompuAdd engineered cache memory.

II. verb

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Allow each page you want to read to load fully and it will cache for reading Offline later.

I wonder: does the squirrel remember where it has cached all of these apples?

Proxy settings Most Access Providers have a server that caches copies of popular Web sites.

The stolen dynamite was discovered Sunday in two caches.

Then he cached it under a rock.

Then on Sunday, investigators seized 500 pounds of stolen dynamite cached at a Vallejo house.

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