echt echt

Definition(s):

  • (adj) not fake or counterfeit

Usage(s):

  1. Trying for Brecht but never being echt, the film is only a procession of skits, songs, dialogues and newsreels.
  2. The wedding is small, echt New York Jewish, with folding chairs in a rented hotel room and piped-in music featuring a recognizable and wildly inappropriate soft-drink jingle.
  3. For the gourmet alone, there is tiramisu at the Burger King in Kyoto, echt angel-hair pasta in Saigon and enchiladas on every menu in Nepal.

News

  • Exhibit showcases the art of glass

    Glass is enchanting, whether transparent or opaque, clear or full of color. When suffused with light, it is quite unlike any other material on earth. And when it is used to make sculptures, the finest pieces surpass superlatives. The Art Center Highland Park is presenting an exhibit by artists who work in glass. “We’ll be showing about 35 pieces in this show,” said the show’s curator Karen Echt ...
    on September 11, 2013     Source: Lake County News-Sun

Quotes

  • Jenny Lennon, RSPB Scotland red kite officer, said: "Last year's birds have been very successful and have been enjoyed by so many people, especially around Echt and Garlogie. This year's chicks are raring to go and join the growing wild population."
    on Jul 21, 2008 By: John Lennon Source: The Herald

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