swatch

Scottish, meaning: A brief glance.
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swatch

[n] - a sample piece of cloth
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Swatch

A small piece of fabric or paint used to demonstrate the colour and/or texture of the material being used.
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Swatch

A colour sample.
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Swatch

Swatch noun 1. A swath. [ Obsolete] Tusser. 2. A piece, pattern, or sample, generally of cloth. Halliwell. Jamieson.
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swatch

noun a sample piece of cloth
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Swatch

• (n.) A swath. • (n.) A piece, pattern, or sample, generally of cloth.
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Swatch

Swatch is Scottish slang for a look.
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Swatch

Swatch is Scottish slang for a look.
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Swatch

[disambiguation] Swatch is Swatch Group`s namesake brand of watches. Swatch may also refer to: ...
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Swatch

Swatch SA and its subsidiary Montres Flik Flak SA design, manufacture, distribute and service wristwatches sold under the Swatch and Flik Flak brands. It is a subsidiary of the Swatch Group founded by Nicolas Hayek whose group launched the brand in 1983 with remarkable success and thereby culminating the end of the quartz crisis of the 1980s. ==Or...
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