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  • hocher — [ ɔʃe ] v. tr. <conjug. : 1> • hochier v. 1155; frq. °hottisôn, de hotton « faire balancer » ♦ Vx ou région. Secouer, remuer. ♢ Mod. HOCHER LA TÊTE, la secouer (de haut en bas pour approuver, acquiescer, ou de droite à gauche pour refuser,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Hotchpot — Hotch pot , Hotchpotch Hotch potch , n. [F. hochepot, fr. hocher to shake + pot pot; both of Dutch or German origin; cf. OD. hutspot hotchpotch, D. hotsen, hutsen, to shake. See {Hustle}, and {Pot}, and cf. {Hodgepodge}.] 1. A mingled mass; a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Hotchpotch — Hotchpot Hotch pot , Hotchpotch Hotch potch , n. [F. hochepot, fr. hocher to shake + pot pot; both of Dutch or German origin; cf. OD. hutspot hotchpotch, D. hotsen, hutsen, to shake. See {Hustle}, and {Pot}, and cf. {Hodgepodge}.] 1. A mingled… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • hustle — verb (hustled; hustling) Etymology: Dutch husselen to shake, from Middle Dutch hutselen, frequentative of hutsen Date: 1720 transitive verb 1. a. jostle, shove b. to convey forcibly or hurriedly c. to urge forward precipitately …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hustle — /hus euhl/, v., hustled, hustling, n. v.i. 1. to proceed or work rapidly or energetically: to hustle about putting a house in order. 2. to push or force one s way; jostle or shove. 3. to be aggressive, esp. in business or other financial dealings …   Universalium

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  • hochepot — (ho che po ; le t ne se lie pas) s. m. Terme de cuisine. Espèce de ragoût fait de boeuf haché et cuit sans eau dans un pot, avec des marrons, des navets et autres assaisonnements.    On fait aussi des hochepots avec des oies grasses et des… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • hocher — 1. (ho ché) 1°   V. a. Secouer, remuer. Hocher un prunier pour en faire tomber les prunes. •   Il [un coucou] hoche la queue et change sans cesse de place, BUFF. Ois. t. XII, p. 82.    Hocher la tête, la secouer en signe de désapprobation.… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • hustle — {{11}}hustle (n.) pushing activity; activity in the interest of success, 1891, Amer.Eng., from HUSTLE (Cf. hustle) (v.); earlier it meant a shaking together (1715). Sense of illegal business activity is by 1963, Amer.Eng. As a name of a popular… …   Etymology dictionary

  • hustle — hus•tle [[t]ˈhʌs əl[/t]] v. tled, tling, n. 1) to proceed or work rapidly or energetically 2) to push or force one s way; jostle or shove 3) to be aggressive, esp. in business or other financial dealings 4) sts Slang. to earn one s living by… …   From formal English to slang

  • hustle — [c]/ˈhʌsəl / (say husuhl) verb (hustled, hustling) –verb (i) 1. to proceed or work rapidly or energetically. 2. to push or force one s way. 3. to solicit for or as a prostitute. –verb (t) 4. to force roughly or hurriedly: they hustled him out of… …   Australian-English dictionary


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