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1. A hilarious dialect of English spoken principally by native Czech speakers. It differs from standard English by the omission of mandatory articles, the addition of superfluous articles, and broad idiomatic dysfunction.

2. A hilarious dialect of Czech spoken primarily by native English speakers. It differs from standard Czech by a general failure of noun case and verb aspect, broad idiomatic dysfunction, and, often, the inability to pronounce the "rzh".

3. A combination of definitions 1 and 2.
Carter: She's hot. What did you guys talk about?
Conor: The whole conversation was in Czechlish.
Carter: Did you shag her?
Conor: Totally.
by Enward September 12, 2005
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