Andrew bachelor, a.k.a. King bach, is a comedy celeb on Vine—an app where users produce six-second videos.
We know roughly as much about bach the man as we know about Shakespeare.
The hottest name of them all, though, is Andrew bachelor —better known by his Vine handle, King bach (pronounced Batch).
In Taipei, Taiwan, a bach flash mob consisting of cellists and tuba players took over a train.
Mr. bach, be ready to dodge any tips of umbrellas that suddenly appear in front of you.
This Minister bach is the abomination, primarily of the Austrian lords, but also of all landowners whatever their rank.
They give the pianolist a bird's-eye-view of music and its development from bach to Wagner.
The talk often turned to grand old bach and his "Well-tempered Clavichord," to which in those early days, he gave ardent study.
Next day it's bach, the second seaman, who begins to feel the gaff.
At that time bach's name, according to my recollection, was never seen on a pianoforte-recital program.
1845, American English, clipped form of bachelor (n.). Also in colloquial American English use as a verb (1870) meaning "to live as an unmarried man," especially "to do one's own cooking and cleaning." Related: Bached; baching.
A bachelor (1850s+)
(also bach it) Of a man, to live alone (1860s+)
To enjoy the life of a bachelor: With his wife on a trip, he bached it for a week