natch

[nach]
adverb Slang.
of course; naturally.

Origin:
shortening and respelling of naturally

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natch (nætʃ)
 
sentence substitute
informal short for naturally

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natch
colloquial shortening of naturally, first recorded 1945.
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natch definition

[nætʃ]
  1. interj.
    yes; naturally. : Natch, you can borrow my car.
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
natch
naturally
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Example sentences
That's a guess natch based on what seems reasonable now.
Which you can, natch, experimentally verify for yourself.
That's subjective and necessarily generalised natch.
He beard an explosion and ran from bis natch through a corn field towards the creek.
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