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hatch

(hăch)
v. hatched, hatching, hatches
v.intr.
To emerge from or break out of an egg.
v.tr.
1. To produce (young) from an egg.
2. To cause (an egg or eggs) to produce young.
n.
1. The act or an instance of hatching.
2. The young hatched at one time; a brood.

hatch′er n.
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Then exercise the hatch a few times to work in the oil.
Egg baskets were checked daily during the course of the experiment for any signs of hatch.
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Thereafter, egg hatch was monitored twice daily, in the morning (8-10 AM) and afternoon (4-6 PM).