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bach

verb \ˈbach\

Definition of bach

  1. intransitive verb
  2. :  to live as a bachelor —often used with it



1865

First Known Use of bach

1865

Variants of bach

also

batch

play \ˈbach\

2

bach

noun

Definition of bach

New Zealand

  1. :  a small house or weekend cottage



Origin and Etymology of bach

1bach


First Known Use: 1925


Bach

play
biographical name \ˈbäḵ, ˈbäk\

Definition of Bach

  1. Carl Philipp Emanuel 1714–1788 son of J.S. Ger. composer




Bach

biographical name

Definition of Bach

  1. Johann Christian 1735–1782 son of J.S. Ger. organist & composer




Bach

biographical name

Definition of Bach

  1. Johann Sebastian 1685–1750 Ger. organist & composer




Bach

biographical name

Definition of Bach

  1. Wilhelm Friedemann 1710–1784 son of J.S. Ger. composer





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