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hatch1 British & World English

A small opening in a floor, wall, or roof allowing access from one area to another

hatch2 British & World English

(Of an egg) open and produce a young animal

hatch3 British & World English

(In fine art and technical drawing) shade (an area) with closely drawn parallel lines

booby hatch British & World English

A psychiatric hospital

cross-hatch British & World English

(In drawing or graphics) shade (an area) with intersecting sets of parallel lines

Brands Hatch British & World English

A motor-racing circuit near Farningham in Kent

escape hatch British & World English

A hatch for use as an emergency exit, especially from a submarine, ship, or aircraft

down the hatch British & World English

Used to express friendly feelings towards one’s companions before drinking

down the hatch in hatch1 British & World English

Used to express friendly feelings towards one’s companions before drinking

hatch English Thesaurus

the duck hatched a clutch of eggs

hatch English-Spanish

trampilla feminine

booby hatch English-Spanish

manicomio masculine, loquero masculinecolloquial/familiar


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