britch


britch
fish scored deeply with a knife to facilitate the process of boiling.britches
breech

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • britch — britch·el; britch·en; britch·es; britch; britch·in; …   English syllables

  • Britch —   [englisch, brɪtʃ; im Musikerjargon »pizzen«], Mitte der Siebzigerjahre aufgekommene Spieltechnik auf der Bassgitarre (vergleichbar dem Slapbass): der Daumen der (rechten) Spielhand schlägt auf die Saiten; Zeige oder Mittelfinger reißt die Saite …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Britch — This interesting name is of Old English pre 7th century origins, and is a topographical surname for someone who lived by a piece of land that was newly cultivated, or perhaps in contradiction, a place which was well established with protective… …   Surnames reference

  • britch n — What the pyromaniac did when he quit his job at Levi Strauss Burned his britches behind him …   English expressions

  • britch — I. ˈbrich noun ( es) Etymology: by alteration dialect : breech I II. transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ es) Etymology: by alteration …   Useful english dictionary

  • britch|es — …   Useful english dictionary

  • britch·es — /ˈbrıʧəz/ noun [plural] chiefly US informal + old fashioned : ↑pants an old pair of britches too big for your britches see ↑big, 1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • burn the bridges — britch n …   English expressions

  • britchel — britch·el …   English syllables

  • britchen — britch·en …   English syllables


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