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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The new study was funded, natch, by the Wrigley Science Institute, a research arm of the chewing gum company.
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Then you discover that if you place the cursor to the right of the practice name (in an almost unreadably small sans serif face, natch), up comes the list of the seven main pages.
On the other hand, from the Jalapeno to the Parmesan Herb, they only have between one and six grams of fat, one to three of them saturated (without the butter, natch).
After an evening of magic, peppered with unexpected dry humour, he exited (natch!) with Sweet Baby James.