klatch

noun \ ˈklach , ˈkläch \
variants: or less commonly klatsch

Definition of klatch

1 : a gathering characterized usually by informal conversation
2 : group 2a

Examples of klatch in a Sentence

  1. his klatch of friends hasn't changed all that much since college

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Origin and Etymology of klatch

German Klatsch gossip


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