Tech/Geek term. Etymology unknown: supposed origin may be derived from a source comparing the negative denotative context of "dog" with the condition it describes.
Used to be working and should be functioning, but is no longer running/functional.
My computer is pooched after having been infected by a particularly nasty virus.
A term used by stoners to let the group know that the joint/bowl is finished. It has also been adapted towards the stoners life style; 2. to be tired
Dude! the bowl is pooched
I am so pooched
- feeling tired
- an empty bowl ;)
Damn yo, I was so pooched after work last night.
Shit man, that bowl's pooched. Top it up again.
Origin: A contraction of "screwed the pooch".
Something that has stopped working or is broken in a bad way.
I accidentally installed some spyware on my computer and now it's totally pooched!
broken; incorrect; displaying negative characteristics without explanation; less than optimal
I don't know what's wrong with your friggin' HDTV -- all I know is that it's probably pooched.
To exhaust, finish, cash, empty, or burn out.
To become tired or bushed.
"Hey is there a hit left?" Tom asks Joe. "No i think its pooched" Joe answers.
"Man am I pooched"
Derived from the term 'screwed the pooch'. Meaning to completely fail at something.
Mate, I totally pooched my exam, I got an E.