British Dictionary definitions for stow (1 of 2) stow / ( stəʊ) / verb (tr) (often foll by away) to pack or store to fill by packing nautical to pack or put away (cargo, sails and other gear, etc) to have enough room for (usually imperative) British slang to cease from stow your noise!; stow it! Word Origin for stow
STOW meaning: 1 : to put (something that is not being used) in a place where it is available, where it can be kept safely, etc. store often + away; 2 : to hide on a ship, airplane, etc., in order to travel without paying or being seen
verb. with object and adverbial. Pack or store (an object) carefully and neatly in a particular place. ‘the bathhouse offers baskets in which to stow your clothes’. More example sentences. ‘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.’.
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