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hatch

verb /hӕtʃ/
to produce (young birds etc) from eggs
ausbrüten
My hens have hatched ten chicks.
to break out of the egg
schlüpfen
These chicks hatched this morning.
to become young birds
sich entwickeln
Four of the eggs have hatched.
to plan (something, usually bad) in secret
aushecken
They hatched a plot to kidnap a rich businessman.
(Definition of hatch from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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