Definition of fitch in English:

fitch

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Pronunciation: /fɪtʃ
 
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noun

1 old-fashioned term for polecat.
1.1 [mass noun] The fur of a polecat.
More example sentences
  • As fashion has readmitted fur, designers have continued to steer clear of old-fashioned pelts, preferring to woo fur virgins with fitch, wolf and coyote.

Origin

late Middle English (denoting the fur of a polecat): from Middle Dutch visse 'polecat'. Compare with fitchew.

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