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The meaning of Thrutch

θrʌtʃ

Thrutch – definition

noun

A narrow gorge or ravine.

Usage examples:

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verb

Push, press, or squeeze into a space when climbing.

Usage examples:

I thrutched up the final crack to a small pinnacle

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油门

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Grive

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Schub

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Patada

Word origin

Old English (as a verb), of West Germanic origin.

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