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English Slang for "What's up?"
"Wotcha mate!"
by Jim September 07, 2003
'wotcha' is a greeting

origins: ultimately dates back hundreds of years

it's a contraction followed by a phonetic spelling of:

"what chere cheer be with you?", which was a common phrase used as a greeting

chere/cheer meant 'face' and thus referred to a person's expression of their mood
person a: 'hello!'

person b: 'wotcha!'
#wotcha #what cheer #hello #hallo #hi #how are you
by ukukukukuk March 30, 2009
Short for "What you", or more specifically, "What ya"
Wotcha doin' this Sunday?
#what #you #ya #wotcha #wot
by peteac August 05, 2007
slang term for "watch yourself" or "watch out"
wotcha! you almost hit that car!
#watch out #watch yourself #wotcher #watch #wotch
by fai1788 February 04, 2009
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