Definition of proach in US English:

proach

(also 'proach)

verb

rare, archaic, poetic
  • 1no object To approach, come near.

  • 2with object To approach (a person or thing). Now chiefly US informal.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Henry Lovelich (fl. 1450), poet. Aphetic from approach.

Pronunciation

proach

/prəʊtʃ/