Define hunches. hunches synonyms, hunches pronunciation, hunches translation, English dictionary definition of hunches. n. 1. An intuitive feeling or a premonition: had a hunch that he would lose. 2. A hump. 3. A lump or chunk: "She ... cut herself another hunch of bread" ....
Definition of hunch. (Entry 1 of 2) transitive verb. 1 : to push or put (someone or something) in a rough, careless, or hasty manner : thrust, shove I would hunch my chair … closer to my dear and only cronies — Mary Nash.
hunch definition: 1. an idea that is based on feeling and for which there is no proof: 2. to lean forward with your…. Learn more.
Hunch definition, to thrust out or up in a hump; arch: to hunch one's back. See more.
verb. [with object] 1 Raise (one's shoulders) and bend the top of one's body forward. ‘Eliot hunched his shoulders against a gust of snow’. More example sentences. ‘Don't bring the leg in so far it bends or hunch your shoulders; this stresses the hamstrings and the spine and neck.’.
Definition of 'hunch'. (hʌntʃ ) Word forms: hunches, hunching, hunched. 1. countable noun. If you have a hunch about something, you are sure that it is correct or true, even though you do not have any proof. [informal] I had a hunch that Susan and I would work well together.
hunglish. Garp looked away from the Angus and saw the silent Saab, engine cut, coasting straight at him in the soft shoulder, a trail of dust spurning behind its quiet white shape and over the intent, hunched head of the driver. opensubtitles2. Hints, hunches, any scrap or shred of information. opensubtitles2.
Definition of 'hunch'. (hʌntʃ ) Word forms: plural, 3rd person singular present tense hunches , present participle hunching , past tense, past participle hunched. 1. countable noun. If you have a hunch about something, you are sure that it is correct or true, even though you do not have any proof . [informal]