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Definition of "caches" []

  • A hidden store of provisions, weapons, treasure, etc (noun)
  • The place where such a store is hidden (noun)
  • A small high-speed memory that improves computer performance (noun)
  • To store in a cache (verb)
  • Plural form of cache. (noun)

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Use "caches" in a sentence
  • "Preservation of organic materials at Ceren — including thatched roofs, house beams, woven baskets, cloth and grain caches — has been deemed superior to the organic preservation at the Italian site of Pompeii, by archaeologists and vulcanologists who have visited the Salvadoran site from around the world. via: eurekalert. org"
  • "At the end we close all the windows but one and let the browser sit for a few minutes so see if they will reclaim memory, clear short-term caches, etc."
  • "· as with saves. [ticket: 1761] · The ORM now short-term caches the "compiled" form of"