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natch

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adverb \ˈnach\

Simple Definition of natch

  • : as you would expect

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of natch

slang

  1. :  of course :  naturally

Examples of natch in a sentence

  1. He bought the most expensive car he could find, natch.

  2. <the next day the office lothario was claiming, The chicks at the party couldn't resist a looker like myself, natch>



Origin and Etymology of natch

by shortening & alteration from naturally


First Known Use: circa 1945



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