fetch

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 [ˈfɛtʃ]


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fetch

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. let me fetch a [pen, notepad, glass]
  2. fetch a [ball, frisbee, stick]
  3. UK: fetch the [mail, newspaper]
  4. UK: fetch your [phone, keys, wallet, purse]
  5. UK: fetch [her, my children] from the [store, school]
  6. UK: going to fetch my [coat, jacket, bag]
  7. UK: go and fetch (my)
  8. UK: fetch it from the [hall, bedroom, car, kitchen]
  9. [was taught, was trained, learned] (how) to fetch
  10. UK: fetch [some help, a doctor]
  11. will fetch a [good, high, handsome] price
  12. fetched a [tidy sum, large profit, lot of money]
  13. the [horse, painting, car] fetched a [tidy sum]
  14. [what, the price] it fetched [at auction, under the hammer, on the internet]
n
  1. nautical: the [wind, wave] fetch
  2. nautical: a [1,000] -mile fetch
  3. nautical: [enormous, open, vast] fetches
  4. nautical: [enormous] fetches of the [Atlantic, Pacific]
  5. nautical: [measure, calculate, confirm] the fetch
  6. nautical: measure the fetch for [waves]
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