Natch



[nach] /nætʃ/

adverb, Slang.
1.
of course; naturally.
/nætʃ/
sentence substitute
1.
(informal) short for naturally (sense 3)

colloquial shortening of naturally, jive talk, first recorded 1945.

adverb

Naturally; certainly: will be in riding clothes (habits of the rich, natch)/ The two men, natch, are soul buddies

affirmation

Of course; right: Do I like it? Natch, what else? (1945+)
naturally

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