GOTCHA

Getting someone to look at your crotch or breast area by pointing at them.

Any one who went to Milton Hershey knows what GOTCHA is.


Dictionary of american slang with examples. .

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  • Gotcha — is a relaxed pronunciation of I got you or I ve got you usually referring to an unexpected capture or discovery. Gotcha may also refer to: * Gotcha (programming), an unexpected or unintuitive, but documented, behavior in a computer system (as… …   Wikipedia

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  • Gotcha — (Kurzform vom englischen Got you! „Erwischt!“) ist: ein anderer Name des Teamspiels Paintball, meist auch als Unterkategorie der Name eines Filmes, siehe Gotcha! – Ein irrer Trip der Name eines Arcade Spiels, siehe Atari Gotcha der Name eines… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • gotcha — by 1913, colloquial pronunciation of (I have) got you …   Etymology dictionary

  • gotcha — (I got you) I caught you, I tricked you (Slang) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • gotcha — [gät′chə] interj. [phonetic sp. of informal or dial. pronun. of got you] used to signify: a) that one has caught, captured, or gained power over someone or something b) that one understands what someone has just said …   English World dictionary

  • Gotcha! — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel Gotcha! – Ein irrer Trip Originaltitel Gotcha! P …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • gotcha — [“gatS] 1. tv. I got you!; I’ve caught you! (Usually Gotcha!) □ I gotcha, and you can’t get away. □ Ha, ha! Gotcha! ome here, you little dickens. 2. n. an arrest. (Underworld.) □ The cop reached out, grasped Bruno’s shoulder, and mad …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • Gotcha — Paintball * * * Gọt|cha 〈a. engl. [gɔ̣tʃə] n. 15; unz.〉 sportlich ausgetragener, simulierter bewaffneter Nahkampf mit Handfeuerwaffen, bei dem Einzelpersonen od. Gruppen mit Farbmunition auf Angehörige des jeweils gegnerischen Teams schießen… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • gotcha — [[t]gɒ̱tʃə[/t]] INTERJ Gotcha is used in written English to represent the words got you when they are pronounced informally. He gotcha, Helen. Give the boy credit. ... Gotcha, didn t I? …   English dictionary

  • Gotcha — Jeu des assassins Pour les articles homonymes, voir assassin. Cet article fait partie de la série …   Wikipédia en Français

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