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  1. Gardalkree
    Aug 04,  · Wotcha definition: a British slang term of greeting | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Reply
  2. See examples of Wotcha in English. Real sentences showing how to use Wotcha correctly. Reply
  3. Kigaktilar
    Jan 08,  · (colloquial) Contraction of what are you. Whatcha doin'? Whatcha talking 'bout? Whatcha sayin'?· (colloquial) Contraction of what have you. Whatcha been up to?· (colloquial) Contraction of what do you. Whatcha think? Whatcha got there? Whatcha wanna do now? (colloquial) Contraction of what you. Do whatcha gotta do! Reply
  4. (slang, eye-dialect, uncommon) Contraction of what you. Reply
  5. English Slang for "What's up?" '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 . Reply
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  7. Definition of wotcha in the sorimerlighdisttelesulraheftiocrus.coinfo dictionary. Meaning of wotcha. What does wotcha mean? Information and translations of wotcha in the most comprehensive . Reply
  8. wotcha - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions. Reply
  9. Translate Wotcha. See authoritative translations of Wotcha in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations. Reply

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