Definition of Toc H in English:

Toc H

Line breaks: Toc H
Pronunciation: /tɒk ˈeɪtʃ
 
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(In the UK) a society, originally of ex-service personnel, founded after the First World War for promoting Christian fellowship and social service.

Origin

from toc (former telegraphy code for T) and H, from the initials of Talbot House, a soldier's club established in Belgium in 1915.

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