klatch
also klatsch noun Etymology: German Klatsch gossip Date: 1941 1. a gathering characterized usually by informal conversation 2. group 2a <
a klatch of friends
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  • klatch — klatch, klatsch klatsch . An informal group that gathers more or less frequently, especially for conversation; as, a coffee klatsch; a sewing klatsch. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • klatch — or klatsch [kläch, klach] n. 〚Ger klatsch, gossip; of echoic orig.〛 Informal an informal gathering, as for conversation * * * klatch or klatsch (klăch, kläch) n. A casual social gathering, usually for conv …   Universalium

  • klatch — or klatsch [kläch, klach] n. [Ger klatsch, gossip; of echoic orig.] Informal an informal gathering, as for conversation …   English World dictionary

  • Klatch — This article is about the fictional country of Klatch. For the fictional continent also called Klatch, see Discworld geographyKlatch is a fictional country in Terry Pratchett s Discworld series of fantasy novels. It is a large multi ethnic empire …   Wikipedia

  • klatch — noun or klatsch ˈklach, ä ( es) Etymology: German klatsch gossip, action of gossiping, from klatschen to gossip, of imitative origin : a gathering characterized by informal conversation you meet him at a literary cocktail klatch Victor Riesel …   Useful english dictionary

  • klatch — noun Klatch is used after these nouns: ↑coffee …   Collocations dictionary

  • klatch — [[t]klæ̱tʃ[/t]] klatches also klatsch N COUNT: n N A coffee klatch or Kaffee Klatsch is an informal social event at which people, usually women, talk and drink coffee. [AM] …   English dictionary

  • klatch — noun /klatʃ,klætʃ/ An informal social gathering, especially for the purpose of conversation. See Also: kaffeeklatch …   Wiktionary

  • klatch — n. casual gathering of people …   English contemporary dictionary

  • klatch — [klatʃ] (also klatsch) noun N. Amer. a social gathering, especially one at which coffee is served. Origin 1950s: from Ger. Klatsch gossip …   English new terms dictionary

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