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Hat-tip

ˈhæt ˌtɪp

Meanings of Hat-tip:

noun

The fact of showing thanks for or approval of something someone has done

Usage examples:

Hat tip to nice article - hat tip to adam for the link., a special hat-tip goes to the mezzo-sopran…

Hatband

ˈhæt.bænd

Meanings of Hatband:

noun

A decorative ribbon encircling a hat, held in position above the brim.

Usage examples:

Formality comes into play with very chic suits, shirts and ties; there are also a lot of classic st…

Hatbands

ˈhæt.bænd

Meanings of Hatbands:

noun

A decorative ribbon encircling a hat, held in position above the brim.

Usage examples:

Formality comes into play with very chic suits, shirts and ties; there are also a lot of classic st…

Hatbox

ˈhæt.bɒks

Meanings of Hatbox:

noun

A large cylindrical box used to protect a hat when being transported or stored.

Usage examples:

Hide them in plain sight in fabric-covered hatboxes or file boxes.

Meanings of Hatboxes:

noun

A large cylindrical box used to protect a hat when being transported or stored.

Usage examples:

Hide them in plain sight in fabric-covered hatboxes or file boxes.

Meanings of Hatch:

noun

A door in an aircraft, spacecraft, or submarine.

Usage examples:

And as the forward escape hatch was also destroyed, the lr5's only hope of gaining access to the su…
verb

(of an egg) open and produce a young animal.

Usage examples:

Eggs need to be put in a warm place to hatch

Meanings of Hatchability:

noun

The state or condition of being likely to hatch, or to produce eggs which will hatch.

Hatchback

ˈhætʃ.bæk

Meanings of Hatchback:

noun

A car with a door across the full width at the back end that opens upwards to provide easy access for loading.

Usage examples:

Why aren't more different types of cars - namely hatchbacks, wagons and microcars - more readily av…

Hatchbacks

ˈhætʃ.bæk

Meanings of Hatchbacks:

noun

A car with a door across the full width at the back end that opens upwards to provide easy access for loading.

Usage examples:

Why aren't more different types of cars - namely hatchbacks, wagons and microcars - more readily av…

Hatched

hætʃ

Meanings of Hatched:

verb

(of an egg) open and produce a young animal.

Usage examples:

Eggs need to be put in a warm place to hatch
noun

A door in an aircraft, spacecraft, or submarine.

Usage examples:

And as the forward escape hatch was also destroyed, the lr5's only hope of gaining access to the su…

Hatchel

ˈhatʃ(ə)l

Meanings of Hatchel:

verb

Another term for hackle (sense 3 of the noun).

Hatcheled

ˈhatʃ(ə)l

Meanings of Hatcheled:

verb

Another term for hackle.

Hatcheling

ˈhatʃ(ə)l

Meanings of Hatcheling:

verb

Another term for hackle.

Hatchelled

ˈhatʃ(ə)l

Meanings of Hatchelled:

verb

Another term for hackle.

Meanings of Hatcheller:

noun

A flax or hemp dresser; a hackler.

Hatchelling

ˈhatʃ(ə)l

Meanings of Hatchelling:

verb

Another term for hackle.

Meanings of Hatchels:

verb

Another term for hackle (sense 3 of the noun).

Meanings of Hatcher:

noun

A person who facilitates or looks after the hatching of eggs; specifically a poultry breeder.

Hatcheries

ˈhætʃ.ər.i

Meanings of Hatcheries:

noun

An installation or building in which the hatching of fish or poultry eggs is artificially controlled for commercial purposes.

Usage examples:

A hatchery where we buy day-old chicks

Hatchery

ˈhatʃəri

Meanings of Hatchery:

noun

An installation or building in which the hatching of fish or poultry eggs is artificially controlled for commercial purposes.

Usage examples:

A hatchery where we buy day-old chicks

Hatches

hætʃ

Meanings of Hatches:

verb

(of an egg) open and produce a young animal.

Usage examples:

Eggs need to be put in a warm place to hatch
noun

A newly hatched brood.

Usage examples:

A hatch of mayflies

Hatchet

ˈhætʃ.ɪt

Meanings of Hatchet:

noun

A small axe with a short handle for use in one hand.

Usage examples:

A long handle version is about 36 inches long; a short handle, like a hatchet, is 16 to 20 inches.

Hatchet job

ˈhætʃ.ɪt ˌdʒɒb

Meanings of Hatchet job:

noun

A fierce written attack on someone or their work.

Usage examples:

She does hatchet jobs, not reviews

Meanings of Hatchet-man:

noun

Someone who is employed to do unpleasant jobs, for example to reduce the number of employees or attack competitors unfairly

Meanings of Hatchetfish:

noun

A deep-bodied laterally compressed tropical freshwater fish of the new world. it is able to fly short distances above the surface of the water by beating its broad pectoral fins.

Usage examples:

Midwater species, such as lanternfishes, hatchetfishes and dragonfishes have rows of lights along t…

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