Definition of milch in English:

milch

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Pronunciation: /mɪltʃ
 
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adjective

Denoting a cow or other domestic mammal giving or kept for milk: the most important milch breed
More example sentences
  • Milk yield of milch cattle has been severely affected because of scarcity of fodder.
  • The drought has affected the milk yield of milch cattle.
  • Fifty per cent of the world's buffaloes and 20 per cent of the cattle are found in India, most of which are milch cows and milch buffaloes.

Origin

Middle English: from Old English -milce, only in thrimilce 'May' (when cows could be milked three times a day), from the Germanic base of milk.

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