Adj.
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.

Definition:

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.
by Ben Gardner April 26, 2003
Derived from the term 'screwed the pooch'. Meaning to completely fail at something.
Mate, I totally pooched my exam, I got an E.
by CeePeeBee December 16, 2009
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!
by ahirebet March 27, 2009
(Pooh-ched)
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"
by Xander Ru'sell May 29, 2007
The meaning of pooch is similar to being "Done" Or "Finished" The word is now used in all sorts of conversations to date.

Poochied: Is more of a word for stoners; after they smoked a big dart, drank a 6 to a 12 pack.. If they are really loaded they might say they are "Pickled"
I just took the longest shit to date. I'm Pooched, I'm drained, I'm going the fuck to bed.

This cigerette is finished, it's pooched.
I'm baked like a lays chip i'm pooched.
by 613tdm April 8, 2011
to be beaten like a dog or to be diminished in credibility or status, i.e. to be reduced to a "pooch" rather than a "dog" or "wolf" or "junkyard dog'"; to become a bitch. To bitch-slap.
my roomie tried to get all up in my face about rent and dishes, but I pretty well pooched him by the time that was done--in front of his girlfriend, too.

looks like the Pack just pooched the Bears again--30 nothing.
by BenjaminPierce February 10, 2013
Beautiful stomach fat. I think its cute and fun to poke.
by allerd January 27, 2005