Word: patch

Category: patch

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Related words: patch

the patch, pumpkin patch, patch notes, cabbage patch, fentanyl patch, fentanyl, cabbage patch kids, eye patch, skyrim patch, patch adams, diablo 3 patch, league of legends, league patch notes, sour patch kids, cotton patch, lidoderm patch

Synonyms: patch

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: patch

spanish
remiendo, parche


german
korrektur, reparatur, fleck, klappe, patsch, ...

french
rapiécer, repriser, moucheture, rustine, pansement, ...

italian
toppa, pezza, rattoppare

portuguese
remendo, remendar, sacerdote, cura

dutch
lapwerk, lap, plek

russian
мушка, плешь, отрывок, пятно, лоскут, ...

norwegian
lappe

swedish
lapp, bandage

finnish
tilkku, paikka, parsia, korjata

danish
reparere

czech
zašít, slátat, záplata, spravit, kousek, ...

polish
plaster, załatać, łata, zagon, grządka, ...

hungarian
szépségtapasz

turkish
leke

greek
μπάλωμα

ukrainian
лата, пляма, латка

albanian
arnoj

bulgarian
заплата

belarusian
пагода

croatian
melem, zakrpiti, umetak, zakrpa, mrlja, ...

icelandic
blettur

lithuanian
tvarstis

latvian
pārsējs, saite

romanian
pansament

slovenian
záplata

slovak
záplata, záhon

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The meaning and "use of": patch

noun
  • a piece of cloth or other material used to mend or strengthen a torn or weak point.
  • a small piece of ground, especially one used for gardening.
  • a period of time seen as a distinct unit with a characteristic quality.
  • a temporary electrical or telephone connection.

verb
  • mend or strengthen (fabric or an item of clothing) by putting a piece of material over a hole or weak point in it.
  • connect by a temporary electrical, radio, or telephonic connection.

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