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bach

Pronunciation: /bætʃ/

Translation of bach in Spanish:

noun/nombre (plural -es)

  • (New Zealand/Nueva Zelanda) (holiday house) casita (feminine) de veraneo
    Example sentences
    • Removal of the baches was required under the North Canterbury Conservation Board's 1998 plan for the reserve.
    • I have also heard, and certainly saw on our boat trip in, that there are many privately owned baches which can be rented.
    • The seaside baches have become a lot bigger and more posh in the last 50 years than they used to be, and cost a lot more to buy.

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