Proach
Proach \Proach\, v. i. See {Approach}. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • Proach — Proach, es el resultado de una combinación entre un Profesor y un Coach. Actualmente tal profesión es escasa, y se ve muy pocas veces en el mundo. un Ejemplo es el Proach Meza. Se pronunca Prouch …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • proach — ap·proach·a·bil·i·ty; ap·proach·a·ble; ap·proach·ment; re·proach·able; re·proach·er; re·proach·ful; re·proach·ful·ly; re·proach·ful·ness; re·proach·ing·ly; ap·proach; re·proach; un·ap·proach·able·ness; …   English syllables

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  • re|proach´ing|ly — re|proach «rih PROHCH», noun, verb. –n. 1. blame or censure: »to bring reproach on one s family. His conduct at work is above reproach. 2. a cause of blame or disgrace: »A coward is a reproach to an army. SYNONYM(S): discredit. 3. an object of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • re|proach´er — re|proach «rih PROHCH», noun, verb. –n. 1. blame or censure: »to bring reproach on one s family. His conduct at work is above reproach. 2. a cause of blame or disgrace: »A coward is a reproach to an army. SYNONYM(S): discredit. 3. an object of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • re|proach´a|ble — re|proach «rih PROHCH», noun, verb. –n. 1. blame or censure: »to bring reproach on one s family. His conduct at work is above reproach. 2. a cause of blame or disgrace: »A coward is a reproach to an army. SYNONYM(S): discredit. 3. an object of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • re|proach — «rih PROHCH», noun, verb. –n. 1. blame or censure: »to bring reproach on one s family. His conduct at work is above reproach. 2. a cause of blame or disgrace: »A coward is a reproach to an army. SYNONYM(S): discredit. 3. an object of blame,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ir´re|proach´a|bly — ir|re|proach|a|ble «IHR ih PROH chuh buhl», adjective. free from blame; faultless: »The Frenchman spoke excellent, irreproachable English. –ir´re|proach´a|ble|ness, noun. –ir´re|proach´a|bly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • ir´re|proach´a|ble|ness — ir|re|proach|a|ble «IHR ih PROH chuh buhl», adjective. free from blame; faultless: »The Frenchman spoke excellent, irreproachable English. –ir´re|proach´a|ble|ness, noun. –ir´re|proach´a|bly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • ir|re|proach|a|ble — «IHR ih PROH chuh buhl», adjective. free from blame; faultless: »The Frenchman spoke excellent, irreproachable English. –ir´re|proach´a|ble|ness, noun. –ir´re|proach´a|bly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

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