stash away

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stash something away

to hide something; to set something aside for use at a later time. Please stash this away somewhere. You may need it someday. You should stash away some money for later.
See also: away, stash
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By resisting the evil weed a 20-a-day smoker would save around pounds 1,241 and heavier smokers would stash away far more.
Zoologists now report that female red-cockaded woodpeckers stash away bone fragments during the egg-laying season.
And unlike a more complex and expensive docking station, Alto is simple to fold up and stash away when the notebook is not in use, so that people can also enjoy the benefits of open desk space.
First-time buyers are failing to stash away a decent deposit, leaving their home-owning dreams in tatters.
Another option is to stash away a few million and slide off into comfortable exile.
Everything Navarrette cuts down, Westerman and the `collection crew' pick up and stash away from view.
Youngsters with pounds 500 or more to stash away earn 6.