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A particularly inept coach, especially one who manages to evade firing by having talented players on his or her roster. As a coach becomes more and more useless, the "a" slowly morphs into an "r."

Alternately, "Corch" may be used as a verb, as in, to "Corch" a kid up.

Inadvertently coined by U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown on the House floor (in reference to "Corch Irvin Myers" of Florida).
ESPN Analyst #1: How did USC go from pre-season #1 to a middle-of-the Pac football team?
ESPN Analyst #2: Lane Kiffin is one helluva Corch.

Drunk College Student #1: Another top recruiting class for our SEMINOLES!
Drunk College Student #2: Don't worry- I'm sure Jimbo will Corch 'em up.

Fan #1: You think the Chargers are gonna finally take advantage of their talent and reach the big game?
Fan #2: Naw, man. Norv Turner is the Corchiest Corch that ever Corched.
by canesinsight.clownpenis.fart November 13, 2012
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Used often in the business world, this incredibly versatile phrase can be literally translated as "fuck it."
The client changed the deadline to today? Well, it is what it is.
by A. Danish November 27, 2007
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Bowling term meaning to adjust the ball speed, spin, and placement in order to knock down more pins. Spelling is an augmentation of the word "coach."
Robert: Wow, that was a terrible shot, I only knocked down two pins.
Anne Marie: You reall need to corch the ball more, and you should do better.
by au_goat November 16, 2006
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