To leave a person, place, or group of people suddenly and unexpectedly to hang out with someone else, somewhere else, or to go to another large gathering.
"I'm tired of her ditching us all the time for her boyfriend."
To leave someone or a group of people suddenly, often without their knowledge, making it all the more comical. Whoever said it comes from the German word dich is and idiot because dich means "you".
The German word dich has nothing to do with the English word ditch, numbnuts!
Skipping from school / not going in to school
Omg Mary are u ditching from school again?!
to ditch means to be left or abandoned by your gurlfriend or boyfriend. They leave/abandon u because either;
a. they are bored of you
b. they think its a nicer way to break up
c. they are avoiding you because of something bad they did
d. they hate you and never want to see you again
e. they found someone better than you
f. they are immensely annoyed of you and want to spend time with other people
g. they want "SPACE" from you
all these reasons can lead to major breakdowns for the person being ditched. also they may feel unloved, uncared for and unwanted.
they can feel depressed, sad or upset. they will also say plenty of stupid things that they don't mean. if the person being "ditched" is very sensitive then it can lead to a bigger fight, especially if BOTH the people in the relationship is sensitive to not being treated properly. they are getting upset because they cannot stand being witout their gurlfriend/boyfriend for a long time. they might love each other very much, but both people hav to agree on the relationship for it to work.
overall being ditched isnt a good feeling but it happens to everyone at least once in life. it might feel like the end of the world..
but you never kno
hold strong and it will work out (:
jen: "YOU DITCHED ME!!"
matt: "huh? when?!"
jen: "YOU LEFT ME YESTERDAY AND DIDNT SAY A WORD TO ME ALL DAY."
mett: "ermm... uhh...."
Run away from, abandon, someone/a situation, usually not a good thing. Usually without one's knowledge.
"They ditched him while he was watching a movie."
"This is really boring, let's ditch"
An Australian Colloquialism, Ditch is the collective noun for a group of mates. It stems from the behavior "ditching", where an individual leaves a social situation without informing any other members of the group.
Hey mate, come down to the Vineyard, we've got a real ditch of mates down here.
a. To get rid of; discard: ditched the old yard furniture.
b. To get away from (a person, especially a companion).
c. To discontinue use of or association with: ditch the job at the hamburger stand.
d. To skip (class or school).