stash in

stash something in something

to put or shove something into something; to store or hide something in something. You should stash your food in a place that is safe from bears when you go camping. I stashed my clothes in my suitcase and called a taxi.
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Should the funding goal be met, a purchaser or gift recipient will have their Solar Stash in time for spring backpacking (April) and provide a panel to someone in need of energy independence.
Laurie Metcalf, left, and Ellen Ratner are a hit as they share conversation and a stash in ``Pot Mom'' at Third Stage Theatre, a revival of Justin Tanner's subversive comedy.
Mark Owens and Keith Geoghegan were nabbed drinking their stolen stash in St Mary's Cemetery, Kilkenny.
While Reef's implementation of "Stash" includes a stash in the back of the sandal, the "844" patent claims indicate the compartment may be situated anywhere in the "side of the sole," including orientation at the heel.
If you end up with any leftover packages of sausage, stash in the freezer and use within two to three months.