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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This weekend things will be a bit different, not just because it's ShavuotI'll be at my sister's in Jersey, natch, where I don't control the audiobut also because Memorial Day is upon us.
GOT a message from John Batchelor (Friend of Freedom), pigeon post, natch, and he's worried.
With endorsement by the former president of Costa Rica, natch
The Martins are hardly living on a pittance, not on pounds 138,000 a year plus, natch, expenses.
Yet, to mark its 100th issue, men's magazine Maxim painted a football-field-size reproduction of a recent Longoria cover - a best seller, natch - just over the Nevada state line.
Sun ONE Grid Engine, natch, runs on Solaris and Linux, the two operating systems Sun sells; however, open-source versions are now available for almost all Unix flavors, as well as Mac OS X.
The west country cider Natch is being introduced by Taunton in a 500ml can.
In fact, when director James McTeigue and screenwriters Larry and Andy Wachowski (the Matrix trilogy) were updating the graphic novel's anti-Thatcherite politics for the screen, they changed one prominent character from being Evey's straight lover to being the closeted gay host of a popular talk show (played, natch, by gay Renaissance man Stephen Fry) who hides Evey after the government suspects she's in collusion with V.
The fetish shouldn't be all ersatz old master-y artisanship but the darkness of the meanings produced (fiberglass is, natch, not carved marble; one of the mysteries of the veil is the living hidden underneath; on the cadaverous thinking haunting all of this, see Blanchot).
The top earner among these has been Salman Khan who campaigned for both the Congress and rival Bharatiya Janata Party, collecting 2 million rupees ($40,000) per appearance, plus paid travel and hotel expenses, natch, according to website Rediff.