1. etch

verb. ['ˈɛtʃ'] make an etching of.


  • rust
  • corrode
  • aquatint


  • disprove
  • affirm
  • contraindicate
  • disappear

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Rhymes with Etch

  • kretsch
  • vetsch
  • petsche
  • petsch
  • meche
  • letsch
  • fetsch
  • betsch

How do you pronounce etch?

Pronounce etch as ɛʧ.

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Sentences with etch

1. Verb, base form
These can etch into the floors and damage the paint job.

Quotes about etch

1. Wordsare powerfulforces of nature.they are destruction.they are nourishment. they are flesh. they are water.they are flowers and bone.they burn. they cleansethey erase. they etch. they can eitherleave youfeelinghomelessor brimmingwith home.
- Sanober Khan

2. It is hope--with regard to our careers, our love lives, our children, our politicians, and our planet--that is primarily to blame for angering and embittering us. The incompatibility between the grandeur of our aspirations and the mean reality of our condition generates the violent disappointments which rack our days and etch themselves in lines of acrimony across our faces.
- Alain de Botton, Religion for Atheists: A Non-Believer's Guide to the Uses of Religion

2. etch

verb. ['ˈɛtʃ'] carve or cut a design or letters into.


  • carve
  • scratch
  • engrave
  • chip at
  • inscribe


  • birth
  • soothe
  • discharge
  • decode

3. etch

verb. ['ˈɛtʃ'] cause to stand out or be clearly defined or visible.


  • obnubilate

4. etch

verb. ['ˈɛtʃ'] selectively dissolve the surface of (a semiconductor or printed circuit) with a solvent, laser, or stream of electrons.


  • unimportant

5. etch

verb. ['ˈɛtʃ'] carve or cut into a block used for printing or print from such a block.


  • benday
  • engrave
  • stipple


  • unavailability
  • achromatic
  • begin
  • integrate