hatch

hatch
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noun
ADJECTIVE
closed, open

Leave the hatch open.

access, escape
serving (esp. BrE)

She opened the serving hatch and put the soup on the counter.

kitchen, loft (both BrE)
VERB + HATCH
lift, open, raise

She lifted the hatch and slid it away from the opening.

batten down, close, shut

They battened down the hatches and prepared for the storm.

He ordered the hatches to be closed.

PREPOSITION
through a/the hatch

They got out through the escape hatch.

hatch between

a hatch between the kitchen and the dining room

hatch to

a hatch to the dining room

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verb
Hatch is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑egg, ↑fish
Hatch is used with these nouns as the object: ↑egg, ↑plan, ↑plot, ↑scheme

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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