[hach-it-fish] /ˈhætʃ ɪtˌfɪʃ/
noun, plural (especially collectively) hatchetfish (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) hatchetfishes.
any deep-sea of the genera Argyropelicus, Sternoptyx, and related genera, of tropical and temperate waters, having a silvery, hatchet-shaped body.
Also called flying characin. any of several freshwater of the genera Carnegiella, Gasteropelecus, and Thorachocharax, occurring from Panama to the Rio de la Plata and capable of flying short distances by rapid movements of their large pectoral fins.
noun 1. a maliciously destructive critique or act: The special committee has done a hatchet job on the new proposal. noun 1. (informal) a malicious or devastating verbal or written attack noun phrase see: hatchet man , def. 2.
noun 1. a professional murderer. 2. a writer or speaker who specializes in defamatory attacks, as on political candidates or public officials. 3. a person whose job it is to execute unpleasant tasks for a superior, as dismissing employees. noun (informal) 1. a person carrying out unpleasant assignments for an employer or superior 2. (US […]
[hach-i-tahyt] /ˈhætʃ ɪˌtaɪt/ noun 1. a soft yellowish mineral wax, C 38 H 78 , darkening on exposure: found in bogs and coal beds.
[hach-it-wurk] /ˈhætʃ ɪtˌwɜrk/ noun 1. destruction, damage, or paring done by or as if by a .