a long narrow excavation in the earth
any small natural waterway
"ditch a lover"
"Chuck these old notes"
sever all ties with, usually unceremoniously or irresponsibly
"The company dumped him after many years of service"; "She dumped her boyfriend when she fell in love with a rich man"
make an emergency landing on water
crash or crash-land
"ditch a car"; "ditch a plane"
cut a trench in, as for drainage
"ditch the land to drain it"; "trench the fields"
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How to use ditch in a sentence?
The CDU does not tend to ditch its leaders unless it realizes the Titanic is sinking.
I think the publicity helps and lets more people know' maybe there's a last ditch thing I ought to pursue,' but at the end of the day, creating a world in which you say there's a right to try, if it's nothing more than a right to beg a company, that right already exists, and you're really not doing much to help anybody gain access to much of anything.
Instead of reading Erdogan the riot act in a last-ditch effort to warn him off the S-400 deal, The President accepted hook, line and sinker Erdogan's ridiculous claim that it was all President Obama's fault, and that Turkey was somehow justified in alienating NATO and cozying up to( Russian President Vladimir) Putin.
They put us in a roadside ditch. We hid there the whole day, 80 of us, the first English soldiers we saw were flanked by Germans. They were prisoners.
We care about not just output, but jobs and getting back to work, that's not strong enough to prevent scarring. Biden's plan will create enough jobs to get back faster. We're in a deep ditch and we need to get out quickly, not wait years and years.
Translations for ditch
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- يتخلص منArabic
- канавка, траншея, копая канавка, изхвърлямBulgarian
- notwassern, schwänzen, Schanze, entledigen, GrabenGerman
- τάφρος, χαντάκι, αυλάκιGreek
- trinchera, acequia, zanja, cuneta, dejar, abandonarSpanish
- hylätä, lintsata, oja, kanavaFinnish
- rigole, débarrasser, larguer, abandonner, fossé, tranchée, laisser tomber, faire l'école buissonnière, sécherFrench
- dìg, claisScottish Gaelic
- árok, sáncárokHungarian
- փոս, խրամArmenian
- skurður, gröftur, gröf, síki, díkiIcelandic
- fossato, canalone, canale di scarico, fosso, trincea, canale, affossamentoItalian
- გუბი, თხრილიGeorgian
- GruefLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- sloot, greppelDutch
- skulke, grøft, dikeNorwegian
- [[cabular]] [[aula]], [[matar]] [[aula]], trincheiraPortuguese
- траншея, ров, канава, бросать, броситьRussian
- nasip, rovSerbo-Croatian
- jarek, grapaSlovene
- skrota, skubba, dika, dike, överge, lämna, skolkaSwedish
- канава, рівUkrainian
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