Word: hatch

Category: hatch

Autos & Vehicles, Business & Industrial, Hobbies & Leisure

Related words: hatch

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Synonyms: hatch

hatching, hachure, crosshatch

Translations: hatch

spanish
empollar, incubar, escotilla, escotillón


german
brut, falltür, luke, durchreiche, schlüpfen, ...

french
hachurer, portillon, écluse, couver, éclosion

italian
portello, boccaporto, tratteggio, botola, portellone

portuguese
escotilha, hachura, portinhola, de hachura, eclodem

dutch
luik, broedsel, doorgeefluik, vluchtluik, uitkomen

russian
выводиться, вылупляться, гравировать, люк, вылуплять, ...

norwegian
luke, luken

swedish
kläcka

finnish
hautominen, säleikkö, kuoriutua, varjostin, juonia

danish
luge, lugen, serveringslem, vippedør

czech
stavidlo, dvířka, vysedět, šrafovat

polish
wyklucie, spiskować, wylęgać, wysiadywać, wylegać, ...

hungarian
nyílás, Hatch, sraffozási, sraffozás, kikelnek

turkish
tarama, kapak, heçi, ambar

greek
επωάζω, μπουκαπόρτα, εκκολάπτομαι, άνοιγμα

ukrainian
ґрати, обдумувати, заслінка, народжуватись

albanian
kurdisje, kurdis, plan i kurdisur, dal nga veza, klloçitje

bulgarian
люк

belarusian
люк

estonian
viirutama, kooruma, luuk

croatian
pripremati, grotlo

icelandic
klekja, klekjast, útungun, lúga, Hatch

lithuanian
liukas, anga, durelės, išperinti, brūkšniuoti

latvian
lūka, lūku, lūkas, lūkai, vāks

macedonian
отворот, Хеч, Хач, отвор, колата

romanian
trapă, trapa, Chepeng, gurii de magazie

slovenian
loputa, izležejo, otvor, loputa na, otvor na

slovak
poklop

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The meaning and "use of": hatch

noun
  • an opening of restricted size allowing for passage from one area to another, in particular.
  • a newly hatched brood.

verb
  • (of a young bird, fish, or reptile) emerge from its egg.
  • conspire to devise (a plot or plan).
  • (in fine art and technical drawing) shade (an area) with closely drawn parallel lines.

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