- The definition of a bitch is a female dog.
An example of bitch is a dog that gives birth to puppies.
- Bitch is defined as a slang word for a mean or aggressive woman.
An example of bitch is a woman who slaps another woman for no reason.
- Bitch means something that is a unpleasant or difficult to do.
An example of bitch is loading manure on to a truck.
A bitch with her puppies.
- the female of the dog, wolf, fox, etc.
- Archaic a lewd or promiscuous woman
- Slang a woman regarded as malicious, bad-tempered, or aggressive: a term of contempt
- Slang anything especially unpleasant or difficult
- ☆ Slang a complaint
Origin of bitchMiddle English bicche ; from Old English bicce; akin to Old Norse bikkja
Origin of bitch? infl. by botch to bungle: usually with up
- to behave spitefully or angrily toward
- A female canine animal, especially a dog.
- Offensive A woman considered to be mean, overbearing, or contemptible.
- Vulgar Slang a. A prostitute considered in relation to a pimp.b. A person in a subservient sexual role, especially an incarcerated male who provides sex to another male under threat of violence or in exchange for protection.c. A person who is submissive to another, usually by performing menial or unpleasant tasks.d. A man considered to be weak or contemptible.
- Slang A complaint.
- Slang Something very unpleasant or difficult: Fixing the faucet turned out to be a bitch.
verbbitched, bitch·ing, bitch·es Slang
Origin of bitchMiddle English bicche, from Old English bicce.
- A female dog or other canine. In particular one who has recently had puppies.
- My bitch just had puppies: they're so cute!
- (vulgar, offensive) A despicable or disagreeable, aggressive person, often female. [from the 15th c]
- Ann gossiped about me and mocked my work; sometimes she can be a real bitch!
- (vulgar, offensive) A submissive person, often female, who does what others want; a slave. [from the 20th c]
- Dude, don't be such a bitch. Assert yourself.
- Do you have to ask your man before you do everything? You must be the bitch in the relationship.
- (humorous, colloquial, used with a possessive pronoun) Friend. [from the 20th c]
- What’s up, my bitch?
- How my bitches been doin'?
- (colloquial) A complaint, especially when the complaint is unjustified.
- (colloquial, usually only used in the singular) A difficult or confounding problem.
- Level 5 was a real bitch, don’t you think?
- That's a bitch of a question.
- (colloquial) A queen (playing card), particularly the queen of spades in the card game of hearts.
- (figuratively) Something unforgiving and unpleasant.
- Karma's a bitch.
(third-person singular simple present bitches, present participle bitching, simple past and past participle bitched)