cutcha definition

  • others:
    • In British Asia, temporary, makeshift, inferior, etc.: in opposition to pucka (Hind. vakkā, pukka, ripe, cooked, mature), which indicates stability or superiority: as, a cutcha roofing; a cutcha seam in a coat.
  • noun:
    • A weak sorts of lime used in substandard buildings.

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