Definition of lech in English:

lech

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Pronunciation: /lɛtʃ
 
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(also letch)
informal , derogatory

noun

1A lecher: he was not the booze-swilling lech that he appeared to be
1.1A lecherous urge or desire: I think he has a kind of lech for you

verb

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Act in a lecherous or lustful manner: businessmen leching after bimbos
More example sentences
  • He came around to home tutor Sally and gets leched at by Sophie across the kitchen table.
  • Now I understood how women felt when being leched at by some perverse and dirty old man.
  • But even if you take his actions towards Amanda out of the equation, he's leched over most of the other women too.

Origin

late 18th century (denoting a strong desire, particularly sexually): back-formation from lecher.

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