Stowage



noun
1.
an act or operation of stowing.
2.
the state or manner of being stowed.
3.
room or accommodation for stowing something.
4.
a place in which something is or may be stowed.
5.
something that is stowed or to be stowed.
6.
a charge for stowing something.
noun
1.
space, room, or a charge for stowing goods
2.
the act or an instance of stowing or the state of being stowed
3.
something that is stowed

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