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How do you pronounce "cache" ?


I've always wondered, what is the proper way to pronounce cache ?

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K ---- ch

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cash a (a as in yay)

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So it's cash Ay ?

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cash K-ash

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K (as in, OK but the short version... K')
CH (as in tai-chi... sound like tss)

K--CH

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its really cash


but i say cash-a

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Its Cash, but it depends on where you're from as your accent will mean that you pronounce it differently.

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This thread kinda reminds me of the old Sesame Street show when they would show the two muppets pronouncing words

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Cash...

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I say cash-a. Cash-a.

"you need to empty your cash" .. I would rather say "you need to empty your cash-a"

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cash-ay
Does sound weird when I hear the news say "cash".

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according to The Cassell Concise Dictionary

CACHE is pronounced as KASH

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So...where's my cash

Ok, so I'll go with the Cassell Concise Dictionary as posted by Rajan; KASH it is

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