Definición de stow en inglés:


Saltos de línea: stow
Pronunciación: /stəʊ


[with object and adverbial]
  • Pack or store (an object) carefully and neatly in a particular place: Barney began stowing her luggage into the boot
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The design is too restrictive, it is too bulky to be stowed in a pack, it stinks when wet, and it falls to pieces the first time it is washed.
    • Recovering, she picked up her letter and carefully stowed it in her backpack.
    • I wave and carefully stow my bike against the fence at the back of the beer garden.
    pack, load, store; place, put, put away, deposit; bundle, cram, jam, wedge, stash
    informal stuff, shove


stow it!

informal Used to tell someone to be quiet: stow it, motormouth!
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • And please, if you have an urge to accuse me of ‘agendas’ and all that trash, just stow it!
  • If you have have some sort of constructive criticism, lecture about my self-pity or gloat to offer, do me a favor and just stow it, will ya?

Verbos con partícula

stow away

Conceal oneself on a ship, aircraft, or other passenger vehicle in order to travel secretly or without paying the fare: he stowed away on a ship bound for South Africa
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He stows away on a Portugal-bound ship, has qualms about the reception that might await him, and jumps ship at St. Helena.
  • What's strange is that you're stowing away on a ship in the first place.
  • He ran away from home aged 15, stowed away on a ship and ended up in South America.
hide, conceal oneself, secrete oneself; travel secretly


late Middle English: shortening of bestow.

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