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1(put away) guardar(put away) poner(hide) esconderNautical estibarhe stowed the money (away) in his mattress — escondió el dinero en el colchón
- 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.
- Security has provided us with keys to a store room - a place to safely stow our equipment while we move through the building.
- He unlocked it and the trunk, stowing our stuff in there.
- They stowed their luggage and inspected their living quarters for the next three months.
- Our own hand luggage was stowed firmly beneath our table, out of the danger zone.
- We stow our carry-on stuff, as well as our coats in the overhead, and proceed to the dining car where breakfast is just beginning to be served.
- A large area below the lower bunk proved useful for storage, and you can stow empty luggage around the boat.
- She took five minutes to stow her stuff, then reported to Pip for something to do.
- The paper was carefully placed back in her binder and she stowed everything back in its proper place for once.
- She was unable to hold his gaze and turned away to stow her toothbrush in the pack.
- When you've made your purchases, they put the bags on a conveyor, and you drive around to the side, where a reasonable young person stows them in your car and thanks you.
- He stows everything in jute sacks on his cycle-cart.
- Extra storage space can be found beneath the boot floor, where valuables can be stowed out of sight.
- We stowed our things at the cheap central apartment that Diana had acquired for us and drove to the beach.
- I can raise and strike a sail, reef it and stow it.
- I accomplished the journey without incident but felt a great relief when I pulled up on the drive to unload the bags and then stow the car safely back in the garage.
- I'm tired of having to stow my little three-inch-long pocket knife in my checked baggage.
- If I have to stow the umbrella away for a large part of the year in Chennai, it needs to have as few collapsible parts as possible.
2(load)to stow sth with sth — cargar algo de algo
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