from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of latch.
- n. A loop or eye formed on the head rope of a bonnet, by which it is attached to the foot of a sail.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A loop or eye formed on the head rope of a bonnet, by which it is attached to the foot of a sail; -- called also latch and lasket.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Nautical, same as latch .
Sorry, no etymologies found.
However, Westpac have the right approach in latching onto the iPhone in order to promote its new website, it is after all the mobile device of the moment.
They have always been a pleasure in latching into great fish.
Shikhar Kafle had put the game back in level terms latching on a pass from Manish Rajitkar but was ruled offside.
5. The implication they try to give is that the latching is the only reason is succeeds in much less than 1040 tries.
It was moronic views of 'conservatism' like yours that got us into Iraq for NO GOOD reason - no one is "latching" on to WMDs ... that's EXACTLY the reason our leaders gave us for going to war in Iraq.
So, I mean, you can tell that they are kind of latching on to this and certainly using this as a way to move merchandise.
For incremental applications, the 'latching' types of the HGPxP series are available.
The issue that has the creationists so worked up is whether the program used 'latching' or not.
I spent three days in the hospital with a baby who was latching but apparently getting nothing.
With my 1st it was latching issues, I think due mostly to my nerves and general lack of coordination.