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1ditch/ˈdɪtʃ/noun
pluralditches
1ditch
/ˈdɪtʃ/
noun
pluralditches
Learner's definition of DITCH  
[count]
: a long narrow hole that is dug along a road, field, etc., and used to hold or move water
— see also last-ditch
2ditch/ˈdɪtʃ/verb
ditchesditchedditching
2ditch
/ˈdɪtʃ/
verb
ditchesditchedditching
Learner's definition of DITCH  
[+ object]informal : to stop having or using (something you no longer want or need): to get rid of (something)
[+ object]informal : to end a relationship with (someone)
[+ object]US, informal : to get away from (someone you do not want to be with) without saying that you are leaving
[+ object]US, informal : to not go to (something, such as school, work, etc.)
: to land an aircraft on water because of an emergency: to crash-land on water
[no object]
[+ object]
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