natch


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natch

 (năch)
adv. Slang
Of course; naturally.

[Shortening and alteration of naturally.]

natch

(nætʃ)
sentence substitute
informal short for naturally3

natch

(nætʃ)

adv. Slang.
of course; naturally.
[1940–45]
Translations

natch

[nætʃ] EXCLnaturalmente, naturaca

natch

interj (inf)natürlich!, klar!, logo! (inf)
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Albion have not won two matches on the bounce since wins over Wolves and Swindon three months ago but Smith is confident his side can put that dismal record straight, and he'll be telling them to look towards Blues defender Darren Purse in their bidto s natch the three points which could see them finish a creditable ninth.
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Jack Pack's self-titled debut album is out on June 29, featuring Mack by royal decree, natch.
Not, natch, that this stops the true blues from accusing the unemployed of being scroungers who should be out there scrubbing bankers' toilets.