Somebody said this phrase in some political conversation on the radio, and I can't find the definition of what does the word caché mean in English.
If you search in the google books, you will find a lot of uses of the phrase without an acute accent. But it was pronounced as if it had an accent.
The dictionaries have the meaning of cache as store of things, but this isn't it.
The French word caché means hidden as a verb form.
- What does the word caché mean in English?
- Can it be used in the contexts other than political caché?
- Is political caché an idiom?
I think, the word means behind the scenes. But I couldn't find the definition.
Here is where the term is used: This was certainly an indication that her political caché still had viability.