Definition of bachcha in English:

bachcha

Line breaks: bach|cha
Pronunciation: /ˈbʌtʃəː
 
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noun

Indian informal
A young person.
More example sentences
  • Last spotted, he was at Scandal Point with two bachchas, eating fresh paneer cubes sprinkled with rock salt
  • One fine day, he went out and bought them a whole new set - after all there were enough of the bachchas to make two teams so that they could play against each other.

Origin

from Hindi baccā 'child'.

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