hatch

hatch
I hæ  noun
((the door or cover of) an opening in a wall, floor, ship's deck etc: There are two hatches between the kitchen and dining-room for serving food.) ventanilla

II hæ  verb
1) (to produce (young birds etc) from eggs: My hens have hatched ten chicks.) empollar, incubar
2) (to break out of the egg: These chicks hatched this morning.) romper el cascarón
3) (to become young birds: Four of the eggs have hatched.) abrirse, eclosionar
4) (to plan (something, usually bad) in secret: to hatch a plot.) tramar, urdir, maquinar
hatch vb salir del cascarón / nacer
hatch
tr[hæʧ]
noun
1 (on ship) escotilla
2 (of chickens, brood) pollada
transitive verb
1 (eggs) empollar, incubar
2 figurative use (plot, plan) idear, tramar
intransitive verb
1 salir del cascarón, salir del huevo
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
down the hatch! familiar ¡salud!
serving hatch ventanilla
hatch ['hæʧ] vt
1) : incubar, empollar (huevos)
2) devise: idear, tramar
hatch vi
: salir del cascarón
hatch n
: escotilla f
hatch
n.
compuerta s.f.
escotilla s.f.
media puerta s.f.
nidada s.f.
pollada s.f.
postigo s.m.
trampa s.f.
v.
abrirse (una flor) v.
despuntar v.
empollar v.
incubar v.

I
1. hætʃ
transitive verb
a) \<\<egg\>\> incubar
b) hatch (out) \<\<chick\>\> empollar
c) (devise) (pej) \<\<plot/scheme\>\> tramar, urdir

2.
vi
a) \<\<egg\>\> romperse*
b) hatch (out) \<\<chick\>\> salir* del cascarón, nacer*

II
noun
a) (opening, cover) trampilla f; (Aviat, Naut) escotilla f

down the hatch! — (colloq) salud!

b) (serving hatch) ventanilla f (que comunica cocina y comedor)

I
[hætʃ]
N
1) (Naut) escotilla f
2) (Brit) (=serving hatch) ventanilla f ; batten

II [hætʃ]
1. VT
1) (lit) [+ chick] empollar; [+ egg] incubar
2) (fig) [+ scheme] idear; [+ plot] tramar
2.
VI [chick] salir del huevo; [insect, larva] eclosionar frm

the egg hatched — el pollo rompió el cascarón y salió

those eggs never hatched — esos huevos resultaron ser hueros


III
[hætʃ]
VT (Art) sombrear
* * *

I
1. [hætʃ]
transitive verb
a) \<\<egg\>\> incubar
b) hatch (out) \<\<chick\>\> empollar
c) (devise) (pej) \<\<plot/scheme\>\> tramar, urdir

2.
vi
a) \<\<egg\>\> romperse*
b) hatch (out) \<\<chick\>\> salir* del cascarón, nacer*

II
noun
a) (opening, cover) trampilla f; (Aviat, Naut) escotilla f

down the hatch! — (colloq) salud!

b) (serving hatch) ventanilla f (que comunica cocina y comedor)

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