alphabet

Hatch

Definition of hatch:

part of speech: verb

To produce ( young) from eggs; plot or contrive.

part of speech: verb

To shade a picture by fine lines.

part of speech: noun

A door with an opening over it, a wicket or door made of cross bars: the covering of a hatchway.

part of speech: noun

Act of hatching: brood hatched.

part of speech: verb

To produce, especially from eggs, by incubation: to originate: to plot.

part of speech: verb

To shade by minute lines crossing each other in drawing and engraving.

part of speech: noun

Brood hatched.

part of speech: verb

To produce from eggs; originate.

part of speech: verb

To produce young: to be advancing towards maturity.

part of speech: noun

The number of young produced from eggs at a sitting; a door with an opening over it; a half- door.

part of speech: noun

A half- door; opening in a ship's deck, or its cover.

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