stowing, present participle; stowed, past participle; stows, 3rd person singular present; stowed, past tense;
Pack or store (an object) carefully and neatly in a particular place
the bathhouse offers baskets in which to stow your clothes
she stowed the map away in the glove compartment
fill by packing tightly; "stow the cart"
(stowing) stowage: the act of packing or storing away
Stow was a hundred of Suffolk, consisting of 22,710 acres.
GNU Stow is a GNU package manager which operates by installing software packages into their own directories and then symlinking the corresponding files into their expected locations in the filesystem hierarchy.
A place; to put something away in a compact and tidy manner; to put something away to store it in a space saving manner and over long time
(Stowed) Something that has been properly put away on a boat.
(Stowed) When something is put in its proper place it is referred to as being "Stowed".
The placing and securing of cargo or containers on a vessel or on an aircraft. This also includes placing and securing cargo in a container.
To neatly arrange suspension lines on the deployment bag or steering toggles in their keepers.
To pack or secure equipment on a boat.
To put an object away onboard a boat, to store.
To pack compactly and safely.
A term for the stowage of the cable in a cable tank.
To secure or put away gear or other things that could get lost or damaged when the boat is underway.
Stow you; be silent, or hold your peace.
In Natural, the term "stow" refers to the Natural system command STOW. This command saves and, at the same time, catalogs (compiles) source code as a source object and as a cataloged object in a Natural system file. Both objects then have the same time stamps.
to store, or to put away e.g. personal effects, tackle, or cargo.