[ klahch, klach ]
/ klɑtʃ, klætʃ /
a casual gathering of people, especially for refreshments and informal conversation: a sewing klatsch.
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Origin of klatsch
First recorded in 1950–55, klatsch is from the German word Klatsch chitchat, gossip
Words nearby klatsch
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Example sentences from the Web for klatsch
He seems to think that I ought to work, and not spend my life talking Klatsch.The Benefactress|Elizabeth Beauchamp
There are some low-minded persons who call the whole ceremony a Klatsch—Kaffeeklatsch.The First Violin|Jessie Fothergill
Men were asked to come in when the Klatsch was over and a supper was provided.Home Life in Germany|Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick