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A river rising in western Austria and flowing about 265 km (165 mi) generally north to the Danube River in southern Germany.
lech 1(lĕch) Slang
1. A lecher: "a coke-snorting arbitrageur who's an irrepressible lech" (Pauline Kael).
2. A lecherous desire.
intr.v. leched, lech·ing, lech·es
To behave in a lecherous manner.
Variant of letch.
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(usually foll by: after) to behave lecherously (towards); lust (after)
a lecherous act or indulgence
[C19: back formation from lecher]
Lech(lɛk; German lɛç)
(Placename) a river in central Europe, rising in SW Austria and flowing generally north through S Germany to the River Danube. Length: 285 km (177 miles)
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1. a lecherous desire or craving.
2. a lecher.v.i.
3. to behave like a lecher (often fol. by for or after).
[1790–1800 probably back formation from lecher]
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Past participle: leched
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