Short for "bet you".
I betcha this movie is a good one.
by Fangsta March 18, 2003
A Minnesotan phrase used as a form of agreement, understanding, acceptance.
Person 1: "It's good to have everyone together don't you think?"
Person 2: "Oh you betcha"
by Worksmithmaker October 14, 2015
A Minnesotan phrase that can be translated into the following...
1- "Yes"
2- "I agree"
3- "You sound like you know more then I do"
4- "You're wrong, but I'll make you feel better about it"
5- "If not more"
6- "Damn Wisconsin Packer Cheeseheads"
7- "You're annoying"
1- "And would you like fries with that?" You Betcha
2- "This weather could be worst." You Betcha
3- "...therefore those chemicals cannot be mixed." You Betcha
4- "Our neighbor is one of them gay guys, I think, don't cha know." You Betcha
5- "We got at least three feet of snow." You Betcha
6- "Eloo der, I'm frum Wiscaaansin." You Betcha
7- "Oh my god, I was like, no way, and he was like, way." You Betcha
Also can be used in place of "You're welcome", or "No problem".
Person 1; "Thank you for that delicious Lutefisk hotdish".

Person 2 replies; "You betcha".
by catmandew July 24, 2010
u betcha is the more commonly used as a one word ubetcha. Not to be confused Minnesota slang you betcha. A true Minnesotan will spell it ubetcha, because it sounds that way.
by Brian Peterson September 12, 2007
1) yea rite, watever, or ya lyin
2) psyche (sike)
3) yea buddy
4) yes indeed
1)
Me: Lanie is gonna give you $5 dollars.
You: Uh huh, LOL, i betcha!

2)
Maria: Hey mom, Tommy's going to fold the clothes up for Tommy: Shid, I betcha!

3)
Mike: Man, I need somebody to do my homework for me.
Tonya: Just get Lynzie to do it for you.
Lynzie: I Betcha.

4)
Man: I heard that Ugly Betty got married to Ugly Freddie.
Woman: U serious?
Man: Lol, yea!
Woman: Haha . . . I betcha!
by dinky boo April 25, 2010