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tache

[ tach ]
/ tætʃ /
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noun Archaic.

a buckle; clasp.

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Origin of tache

1400–50; late Middle English <Middle French <Germanic. See tack1
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British Dictionary definitions for tache (1 of 2)

tache1
/ (tæʃ, tɑːʃ) /

noun

archaic a buckle, clasp, or hook

Word Origin for tache

C17: from Old French, of Germanic origin; compare tack 1

British Dictionary definitions for tache (2 of 2)

tache2
/ (tæʃ) /

noun

informal short for moustache
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Medical definitions for tache

tache
[ tăsh, täsh ]

n.

A circumscribed discoloration of the skin or mucous membrane, as a freckle.
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