Phrasal verb: tuck something away

Have a guess what this phrasal verb means before checking the definition below.

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tuck something away – to put something in a private, safe place

Some people say that they like to keep something tucked away for ‘a rainy day’. Have you heard this expression before? What does it mean? Choose one of the following sentences:

(a) They’re saving some money now in case they need it in the future.

(b) They’re keeping their money under their bed sheet until it rains.

(c) They need to buy a brolly (i.e. umbrella) because it’s raining.

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