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Verb: fetch  fech
  1. Go or come after and bring or take back
    "The dog fetched the hat";
    - bring, get, convey
     
  2. Be sold for a certain price
    "The old print fetched a high price at the auction";
    - bring in, bring
     
  3. Take away or remove
    "The devil will fetch you!"
Noun: fetch  fech
  1. The action of fetching
     
  2. Distance of water surface exposed to wind for making waves
     
  3. [archaic] A stratagem, trick or artifice
    "Every little fetch of wit and criticism"

Derived forms: fetched, fetching, fetches

Type of: action, bring, channel, channelise [Brit], channelize, convey, take, transfer, transmit, transport

Encyclopedia: Fetch