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hench

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Pronunciation: /hɛn(t)ʃ
 
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Definition of hench in English:

adjective

British informal
(Of a man) strong, fit, and having well-developed muscles: there’s nothing funnier than seeing a really hench guy walking a tiny dog he’s looking pretty hench
More example sentences
  • Check out our website for information and products on sports nutrition and good luck getting hench!
  • This guy at gym helps me and my mate train and he's SO hench.
  • Just got in and there's a hench spider in my front room and no-one's here to get rid of it for me!

Origin

early 21st century: perhaps from henchman.

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