mitch

I. \\ˈmich\
dialect England
variant of much
II. \\“, ˈmēch\
variant of meech

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  • Mitch — Hurrikan Mitch Kategorie 5 Hurrikan (SSHS) Hurrikan Mitch zum Zeitpunkt seiner stärksten Intensität …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • mitch — verb /mɪtʃ/ (Ireland and Wales) to be absent from school without excuse, to play truant. John said he was going to mitch the last lesson today. Syn: bunk off, skive …   Wiktionary

  • Mitch — An extreme prank. Wow, the seniors pulled one hell of a mitch this year …   Dictionary of american slang

  • mitch — Verb. To play truant. Also mitch off. E.g. I m not mitching off with my exams due next week. (Irish/ South West use?) …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • mitch — I Everyday English Slang in Ireland v bunk school, playing truant II Irish Slang bunk school III Mawdesley Glossary much …   English dialects glossary

  • Mitch — Mitchell; Richard Mitchell …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • mitch — vb British to play truant, bunk off. Partridge dates this usage to the mid 19th century. It is still heard (ditch is a current synonym) …   Contemporary slang

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