1. noun /kʊtʃ/
a) A cubby-hole or similar hiding place.

In front of the pavement again stretched a flat patch of rusty ground, a sort of little platform in the side of the hill where the sagging drying-lines stood and a chickens cwtch built of orange-boxes.

b) A hug or cuddle.

"In better times when the coalman called at our home in William Street he heaved the sacks through the front door and put their contents into the ‘cwtch’ under the stairs, a messy business indeed."

2. verb /kʊtʃ/
To hug or cuddle.

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