动词过去式:stowed 过去分词:stowed 现在分词:stowing 第三人称单数:stows
1 [Tn, Tn.pr, Tn.p] ~ A with B; ~ B (away) in/into A pack sth, esp carefully, neatly and out of sight 将某物装好收起（尤指细心地）
*stow a trunk with clothes 把衣服装在衣箱里
* stow clothes (away) into a trunk 把衣服装进衣箱里
* stow cargo in a ship's hold 把货物装进船舱
* Passengers are requested to stow their hand-baggage in the lockers above the seats. 旅客须将随身携带的行李放入座位上方的贮藏柜里.
2 (phr v)stow away hide oneself as a stowaway 无票偷乘（船或飞机）
*stow away on a ship bound for New York 偷乘一艘开往纽约的船.
v alsostow away [T always + adverb/preposition]
(11-14 centuries), from Old English
to put or pack something tidily away in a space until you need it again
= stash I stowed my bag under the seat. equipment stowed away in a closetstow awayphr v
to hide on a vehicle in order to travel secretly or without paying A boy was caught trying to stow away on a plane.