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cache in Computers topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcachecache1 /kæʃ/ noun [countable]  1 KEEP/STOREa number of things that have been hidden, especially weapons, or the place where they have been hiddencache of a cache of explosives a large arms cache2 technical a special part of a computer’s memory that helps it work faster by storing information for a short time cache memory
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cachePolice have found a cache of automatic weapons in a house in the city centre.Also in Belfast, police arrested a man after an arms cache was found in the Protestant Donegall Pass district.The drug cache that the men were found in possession of was worth roughly $1 million.We've further enhanced speed by adding 32K of CompuAdd engineered cache memory.Q: A friend told me that if I buy a computer, I should make sure it has 256K of cache.But high-speed cache memory is expensive.In figure 2.5 the cache type is Package Name.At least 42 people were arrested in connection with the caches, said Gen.The caches and paramilitaries were maintained for many years, well after the danger of a surprise Soviet attack faded.arms cacheArms caches were found and on May 30 five army battalions were deployed; eight people including three soldiers were reported killed.Also in Belfast, police arrested a man after an arms cache was found in the Protestant Donegall Pass district.Further speculation was fuelled recently by the discovery of a huge arms cache in Batman.We figure they will head right for that arms cache.