2. Noun. A liqueur made from the fruit ¹
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Definition of Quetsch
1. a plum [n -ES] - See also: plum
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Literary usage of Quetsch
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1. Lang's German-English Dictionary of Terms Used in Medicine and the Allied by Hugo Lang, Milton Kayton Meyers (1913)
"... to contuse quetsch-hahn, m. pinch-cock quetsch-keratitis,/. keratitis due to contusion quetsch-präparat, n. crush preparation quetschung, /. crushing; ..."
2. Supreme Court Reporter by Robert Desty, United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company (1903)
"... and Schultz assisting the defendant company or the defendants quetsch and Seibert m the three-color printing business, reveal- ing secret processes, ..."
3. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1903)
"... and Schultz assisting the defendant company or the défendante quetsch and Seibert in the three-color printing business, revealing secret processes, ..."
4. Silk Manufacturing and Its Problems by James Chittick (1913)
"To attain the desired results, various machines are needed, those in common use being the spray machine, quetsch, paper-drying machine, button breaker ..."
5. Silk Manufacturing and Its Problems by James Chittick (1913)
"The "quetsch" derives its name from the German "quetschen," to squeeze, and is a machine in which the sizing from a trough can be applied to the goods by ..."
6. Diseases of the Stomach by Ismar Boas (1907)
"quetsch, and others). In pathological disturbances of the stomach, according to the investigations of Penzoldt, Faber, Wolff, quetsch, and Zweifel, ..."
7. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"3); and its lower part is attached to an India-rubber tube and spring-clamp or clip (quetsch- Hahn). Its principal advantages over other forms are, ..."