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trench (trĕnch)n.1. A deep furrow or ditch.2. A long narrow ditch embanked with its own soil and used for concealment and protection in warfare.3. A long, steep-sided valley on the ocean floor.v. trenched, trench·ing, trench·es v.tr.1. To dig or make a trench or trenches in (land or an area, for example).2. To place in a trench: trench a pipeline.v.intr.1. To dig a trench or trenches.2. To encroach. Often used with on or upon: The bishop exceeded his powers, and trenched on those of the king (Francis Parkman).3. To verge or border. Often used with on or upon: a broad playfulness that trenched on buffoonery (George Meredith).[Middle English trenche, from Old French, from trenchier, to cut, perhaps from Vulgar Latin *trincāre, variant of Latin truncāre, from truncus, trunk; see terə- in Indo-European roots.]