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Hutch may refer to:
- Ken Hutcherson (born 1952), former National Football League linebacker, pastor of Antioch Bible Church in Kirkland, Washington
- Leslie Hutchinson (1900–1969), popular singer of the 1930s known as 'Hutch'
- Jesse Hutch (born 1981), actor
- Hutch (sound engineer), sound and lighting man for Kyuss and Queens of the Stone Age
- Michael Hutchence (1960–1997), vocalist for INXS
- James "Hutch" Hutchinson (born 1953), American bassist
- Shaun Hutchinson (born 1990), Football player in the Scottish Premier League
- Hutch Dano (born 1992), American actor
- Hutch Maiava (born 1976), rugby league player
- Hutch Hutchison, an American politician
- Kenneth 'Hutch' Hutchinson, one of the two main characters in the television series Starsky and Hutch
- Hutch (fictional character), a character in the film Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
- Honeybee Hutch, a character from The Adventures of Hutch the Honeybee and Hutch the Honeybee
- Hutch, Kentucky
- The abbreviated name for the city of Hutchinson, Kansas
- The abbreviated name for the city of Hutchinson, Minnesota
- Hutchinson River Parkway, in Bronx and Westchester Counties, New York
- Hutch, A mobile network in Sri Lanka.
- Hutch (furniture), a form of furniture
- Hutch (animal cage), a type of cage utilized primarily for housing domestic rabbits
- Hutch Essar, a cellular phone service provider in India, since renamed Vodafone Essar
- Hutchison Whampoa, a Fortune 500 company and one of the largest companies listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
- A radiation shielding enclosure in a synchrotron radiation beamline is called a hutch
- A trough, used in ore dressing
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