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Thursday, June 07, 2012

natch

\nach\ , adverb;
1.
Of course; naturally.
Quotes:
She was even more delighted to hear that you were planning to invest in her health club, and hopes to see you there as a patron as well as an investor. At reduced rates, natch?
-- Evelyn E. Smith, Miss Melville Returns
Yes, well, your father, who has no humanitarian instincts, is already designing a computer program to put the Lever process on automatic. For a small fee, natch.
-- Dana Stabenow, Second Star
Origin:
Natch is a shortening and respelling of the common English word naturally.
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