There are 2 definitions of wotcha in English:

wotcha1

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Pronunciation: /ˈwɒtʃə
 
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(also wotcher)

exclamation

British informal
Used as a friendly or humorous greeting: wotcha, Dunc—thanks for turning out
More example sentences
  • I've liked her ever since she met Harry with that "Wotcha, Harry!"
  • It would go so easy right now to turn around and go ‘Wotcha Judy,’ while flashing his recognisable grin.

Origin

late 19th century: corruption of what cheer?.

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Pronunciation: ɪnˈvɛnəm
verb
put poison on or into; make poisonous

There are 2 definitions of wotcha in English:

wotcha2

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Pronunciation: /ˈwɒtʃə
 
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(also watcha)

exclamation

informal
1What are you ... hey, wotcha gonna do?
More example sentences
  • Hahaha, watcha gonna do now dat the girl's hurt?
  • Hey boo, wotcha doing standing outside in the cold like that.
  • The nurse blew a bubble at me, ‘Then watcha up here for?’
1.1What have you ... wotcha got this hammer for then?
More example sentences
  • "Watcha got there, Babe," I say and she laughs.
  • "Hey Light, watcha found out about this whole Kagato thing?" Ryuk asked.
1.2What do you ... wotcha want to make a mess like that for?
More example sentences
  • Tell me watcha want, watcha really really want.
  • My heart will pump medechlorians, either way, watcha want me to say.

Origin

1920s: contraction.

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Word of the day envenom
Pronunciation: ɪnˈvɛnəm
verb
put poison on or into; make poisonous