- v. Simple past tense and past participle of cache.
- adj. Having been cached.
“Long before Haditha, there was this short essay in PLA's newspaper, the "China Defense/PLA Daily" (中国国防报) (original in Chinese cached below).”
“Stephen Cheung discussed RMB policy and Plaza Accord in AD: The Horrible Lesson of Japan see original in Chinese cached below.”
“It is all rather awkward. fadvise in that way will discard existing cache pages if the file is already cached, which is too much.”
“Under normal circumstances, when an RODC receives an authentication request from a user that doesn't have her or his password cached on the RODC then the RODC must make a network connection to it's upstream RWDC replication partner (usually referred to as 'chaining' the authentication).”
“And are y'all aware that the internet is FOREVER aka cached and that anything you write, even that you deleted, can be accessed and pulled back up?”
“I've checked it out and it still shows up under 'cached' when you search for the ebook on Google.”
“Which is true because the image being displayed has to be "cached" somewhere before it can be displayed.”
“I did a google search of my own website, and when I found the direct link to this page, I hit "cached" instead of going directly to this page.”
“Also ask owners to remove the relevant "cached" pages stored on search engines.”
“The document, which The Wall Street Journal was also able to find, has been removed from the administration's Web site; a "cached" version, or the previous version of a Web page stored by search engines, was still available online Friday.”
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