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kachcha

[ kuhch-chuh ]
/ ˈkʌtʃ tʃə /
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adjective
a variant of kutcha.
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Also ka·cha [kuhch-uh] /ˈkʌtʃ ə/ .
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How to use kachcha in a sentence

  • A kachcha verandah had been thrown out with a galvanised iron roof and wooden supporting pillars.

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