tache


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tache

(tæʃ; tɑːʃ)
n
archaic a buckle, clasp, or hook
[C17: from Old French, of Germanic origin; compare tack1]

tache

(tæʃ)
n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) informal short for moustache
Translations

tache

n (Brit inf) → Schnurrbart m, → Oberlippenbart m

tache

n. tacha, mancha, peca; imperfección.
References in classic literature ?
Her husband, Tom Willard, a slender, graceful man with square shoulders, a quick military step, and a black mus- tache trained to turn sharply up at the ends, tried to put the wife out of his mind.
said the indefatigable man with the mus- taches, appearing near us.
En tant que dirigeants, nous supposons souvent trop de choses quant a la capacite des gens d'executer une tache et a leurs connaissances (reelles ou presumees).
With that in mind, we've taken a look back at some of the former Newcastle United players who have not taken part in the charity event, but instead grew their taches simply for style itself - I use the word style loosely.
Il me fait plaisir de presenter ce numero special sur l'enseignement des langues base sur les taches (ELBT).
6/10: Wearing what is known as an'undercover brother', Hartley's isn't the lushest tache we've ever seen.
Patrick Monahan compares fun Movember taches with students at Middlesbrough College, left, and student liaison officer Suze Clarke, below, during an educational gig on men's health
Tache allegedly used the association's debit card to withdraw cash from ATMs or to make purchases for himself.
What Tache has decided to do with this show is noble as it is much needed.
Albert Mission, informed Archbishop Tache that placing Scollen in charge of the Blackfoot missions so soon after his ordination had been a mistake.
but I fear if he did attempt a bow his tache is so heavy he would not be able to get his head back up again.
The sporting of a moustache is a bold statement in this day and age - but with our Tacheback initiative we want to encourage Brits to 'grow a tache and raise cash' for testicular and prostate cancers - which affects 36,000 men in the UK every year," McReynolds added.