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cutch

[kuhch] /kʌtʃ/
noun
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Cutch

[kuhch] /kʌtʃ/
noun
1.
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  • White cutch, also known as gambier, gambeer, or gambir, has the same uses.
British Dictionary definitions for cutch

catechu

/ˈkætɪˌtʃuː/
noun
1.
a water-soluble astringent resinous substance obtained from any of certain tropical plants, esp the leguminous tree Acacia catechu of S Asia, and used in medicine, tanning, and dyeing See also gambier
Word Origin
C17: probably from Malay kachu, of Dravidian origin

cutch

/kʌtʃ/
noun
1.
another name for catechu

Cutch

/kʌtʃ/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of Kutch

Kutch

/kʌtʃ/
noun
1.
a former state of W India, on the Gulf of Kutch (an inlet of the Arabian Sea): part of Gujarat state since 1960
2.
Rann of Kutch, an extensive salt waste in W central India, and S Pakistan: consists of the Great Rann in the north and the Little Rann in the southeast; seasonal alternation between marsh and desert; some saltworks. In 1968 an international tribunal awarded about 10 per cent of the border area to Pakistan. Area: 23 000 sq km (9000 sq miles)
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