hotch-potch

  • 1 hotch|potch — «HOCH POCH», noun. 1. = hodgepodge. (Cf. ↑hodgepodge) 2. a dish containing a mixture of many ingredients, especially a mutton broth thickened with young vegetables of all sorts stewed together. 3. Law = hotchpot. (Cf. ↑hotchpot) ╂[variant of… …

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  • 2 hotch-potch — [[t]hɒ̱tʃ pɒtʃ[/t]] also hotchpotch N SING: usu with supp, oft N of n A hotch potch is an untidy mixture of different types of things. [BRIT] The palace is a complete hotch potch of architectural styles. Syn: jumble (in AM, use hodgepodge) …

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  • 3 hotch-potch — n. Medley, farrago, jumble, miscellany, gallimaufry, salmagundi, olio, hodge podge, confused mixture, olla podrida …

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  • 4 hotch·potch — /ˈhɑːʧˌpɑːʧ/ noun [singular] Brit : ↑hodgepodge …

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  • 5 hotch-potch — …

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  • 6 Hotch Potch House — is a TV show from the 90s aimed at preschool children. Hotch Potch House featured Richard Coombs as Rags, Francis Wright as Shelley and Rebecca Nagan as Woolley. it was directed by Vivienne Cozens. It was shot at Grip house Studios. The stated… …

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  • 7 potch — hotch·potch; potch·er; potch·er·man; potch; …

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  • 8 Hotch-pot — Hotch pot, or hotch potch, in English law, is the name given to a rule of equity whereby a person, interested along with others in a common fund, and having already received something in the same interest, is required to surrender what has been… …

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  • 9 hotch — hotch; hotch·pot; hotch·potch; …

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  • 10 hotchpotch — hotch·potch …

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  • 11 Hotchpotch — Hotch|potch 〈[hɔtʃpɔ̣tʃ] n.; , s; Kochk.〉 = Hochepot * * * Hotch|potch [ hɔtʃpɔtʃ], das; , es: ↑Hochepot …

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  • 12 Hotchpotch — Hotch|potch 〈[hɔ̣tʃpɔtʃ] n.; Gen.: , Pl.: es; Kochk.〉 = Hochepot [Etym.: engl., »Durcheinander, Mischmasch«] …

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  • 13 hotchpotch — hotch|potch [ˈhɔtʃpɔtʃ US ˈha:tʃpa:tʃ] n BrE hodgepodge AmE [singular] informal [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: hotchpotch mixture (14 21 centuries), from Old French hochepot, from hochier to shake + pot pot ] a number of things mixed up without… …

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  • 14 Hotchpotch — Hotch|potch [ hɔtʃpɔtʃ] das; , es [...iz] <über engl. hotchpotch aus gleichbed. fr. hochepot, dies aus hocher »schütteln« u. pot »Topf«> Eintopfgericht aus Gemüse mit Fleisch …

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  • 15 hotchpotch — hotch|potch [ hatʃ,patʃ ] noun singular MAINLY BRITISH a HODGEPODGE …

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  • 16 hotchpotch — hotch•potch [[t]ˈhɒtʃˌpɒtʃ[/t]] n. 1) coo a thick soup or stew of vegetables or meat, often thickened with barley 2) brit. hodgepodge • Etymology: 1350–1400; ME hoche poche, rhyming var. of hotchpot …

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  • 17 Disorder — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Absence, or want of Order, &c. < N PARAG:Disorder >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 disorder disorder Sgm: N 1 derangement derangement &c. 61 Sgm: N 1 irregularity irregularity Sgm: N 1 anomaly anomaly &c.(unconformity) 83 Sgm …

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  • 18 Hotchpot — Hotch pot , Hotchpotch Hotch potch , n. [F. hochepot, fr. hocher to shake + pot pot; both of Dutch or German origin; cf. OD. hutspot hotchpotch, D. hotsen, hutsen, to shake. See {Hustle}, and {Pot}, and cf. {Hodgepodge}.] 1. A mingled mass; a… …

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  • 19 Hotchpotch — Hotchpot Hotch pot , Hotchpotch Hotch potch , n. [F. hochepot, fr. hocher to shake + pot pot; both of Dutch or German origin; cf. OD. hutspot hotchpotch, D. hotsen, hutsen, to shake. See {Hustle}, and {Pot}, and cf. {Hodgepodge}.] 1. A mingled… …

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  • 20 Arthur Sullivan — This article is about the composer. For the Australian soldier decorated with the VC, see Arthur Percy Sullivan. Arthur …

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