Definition of Boche in English:

Boche

Line breaks: Boche
Pronunciation: /bɒʃ
 
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informal , dated

noun

1A German, especially a soldier.
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  • The rest of the movie unspools in flashback with the younger Jacques defying les Boches.
  • I remember the day he and I got on that boat to go and fight the Boches.
  • For my part I can't wait to kill the largest possible number of Boches.
1.1 (the Boche) Germans, especially German soldiers, considered collectively.
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  • Whole village will be burned by tonight by Boche if materials for them are not provided by populace.
  • Then the Boche tried a trick.
  • Let's stop beefing about the Boche

adjective

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German.
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  • Again the Boche platoon chiefs in answer to their leaders called out, "hier."

Origin

French soldiers' slang, originally in the sense 'rascal', later used in the First World War meaning 'German'.

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