[kvech] /kvɛtʃ/ Slang.
verb (used without object)
to complain, especially chronically.
Also, kvetcher. a person who kvetches.
(intransitive) (slang, mainly US) to complain or grumble, esp incessantly
“to complain, whine,” 1953 (implied in kvetching), from Yiddish kvetshn, literally “squeeze, press,” from German quetsche “crusher, presser.” As a noun, from 1936 as a term of abuse for a person.
To work hard and seriously; stop loafing; buckle down
[1866+; fr the act of putting one’s knuckles down to the taw or marble preparing for a careful shot in the game of marbles, a use dating fr the mid-18th century]
/ˈkvɛtʃɪ/ adjective 1. (slang, mainly US) tending to grumble or complain; complaining
language /kveek`kahl-kool’/ A deliberately cryptic programming language said to have been devised by the Swedish Navy in the 1950s as part of their abortive attempt at a nuclear weapons program. What little is known about it comes from a series of an anonymous posts to Usenet in 1994. The poster described the language, saying that […]
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