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hatch / escotilla
 
hatch   1   [hætʃ]   -noun
1. (nautical)   escotilla (f)
2. (British, Great Britain)
(=serving hatch)   ventanilla (f)
 
hatch / empollar
 
hatch   2   [hætʃ]
A. -transitive verb
1. (literally)
[+chick]   empollar
[+egg]   incubar
2. (figurative)
[+scheme]   idear
[+plot]   tramar
B. -intransitive verb
[chick]   salir del huevo
[insect, larva]   eclosionar formal usage
·the egg hatched
·el pollo rompió el cascarónoun y salió
·those eggs never hatched
·esos huevos resultaron ser hueros
 
hatch / sombrear
 
hatch
3
[hætʃ]
-transitive verb
(Art)   sombrear
 
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