Definition of chacha in English:

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chacha

Pronunciation: /ˈtʃʌtʃʌ/

noun

Indian
Uncle (often used as a respectful form of address to a man around the same age as one’s father): Ranna’s chacha, Iqbal, and other members of the house gathered about him
More example sentences
  • We, I mean, my father, my chacha and his wife and three daughters, my sister Shabnam Bano and my grandmother were surrounded.
  • From Murshidabad alone, some 400 children accompanied by their chachas leave every year, and not all of them return home again
  • With her was a white-haired and bearded man of an indeterminate age, who everyone called Chatriwala chacha (uncle who makes umbrellas).

Origin

From Hindi cācā.

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