klatch

klatch

or klatsch  (klăch, kläch)
n.
A casual social gathering, usually for conversation.

[German Klatsch, from klatschen, to gossip, make a sharp noise, of imitative origin.]

klatch

(klætʃ)
n
another word for kaffeeklatsch
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Then they came for our Ubers and there was a stirring, a muttering behind the sleek, oiled beards of the cafe klatch.
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Admitted to practice: 2011) Further, upon reinstatement, Klatch shall be placed on probation for three years.
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The set includes the ubiquitous kitchen, where the women klatch around coffee.
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