to screw something up. to make a mistake.
damn, i really botched that math test.
dodane przez keith h. kwiecień 02, 2006
A botch is a person who is annoying and has moobs.

A botch is a better more modern term for bitch.
Im going to botch slap her.

dont call me a botch!

Oh my God. She's such a botch
dodane przez moobhead październik 07, 2009
Offensive street slang for the noun bitch, b'otch originated among African Americans especially those under 30 years of age during the 1980's and 1990's. Eventually ascending to a small throne in a part of America's pop culture, the term turned cliché has been most notably used by rapper "too short".
Go F**K yourself B'otch.
dodane przez Adam Joseph Dooley sierpień 17, 2006
THE ASS. BUTT. REAR END.
Timmy and Tommy were fighting and Timmy knocked Tommy on his botch. Tommy lost the scrap and got his botch kicked really good.
dodane przez dakeboy59 sierpień 14, 2011
(noun) Developed to use in the place of bitch, botch has become synonymous with someone who is sloppy, acting higher than thou, or is an overall mess.

Botches mainly travel in packs, and can be found wearing a uniform of leggings, oversized deep V t-shirt, long pendant necklace, huge aviators, cardigan, flats, big designer bag, latte & blackberry
See also: moss
Yo, check out those botches.

BOTCHHHHHH.
dodane przez mday21 wrzesień 12, 2009
A nicer word for a bitch. (Also a typo but lets forget that)
Ken: hi Amy

Amy: heyy my botch.
dodane przez Queen_B_Babe czerwiec 27, 2014
A male who is a wanna-be-manwhore and who frequently acts synonymous to the woman Bitch. He often acts like he does not care, refuses to answer your text messages at parties, and denies all contact with you when drunk.
That Jason is such a botch. He never texted me back
dodane przez Botchqueen2 marzec 24, 2011

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