Definition of fetch
- fetch a doctor
- one shot fetched down
- The hogs fetched a good price at the market.
- fetch him a clip on the chin
- fetch the harbor before the storm breaks
- fetched home after a long ride
- fetch to windward
If you throw the ball the dog will fetch it.
Hunting dogs are trained to fetch.
This table should fetch quite a bit at auction.
The house fetched more than we expected.
First Known Use: circa 1787See Words from the same year
: to go after and bring back (someone or something)
: to be sold for (an amount of money)
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investment of mental or emotional energy
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