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cratch

Line breaks: cratch
Pronunciation: /kratʃ
 
/

Definition of cratch in English:

noun

dialect
A long open trough or rack used for holding food for farm animals out of doors.
Example sentences
  • Therefore the cratch cover must be kept closed at all times unless you are home and can see that it is sunny out.

Origin

Middle English: from Old French creche; ultimately of Germanic origin and related to crib.

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