Definition of Te Bote
Phrase in the first person singular that conjugates the verb “botar”. In itself, it is the action of throwing, throwing or getting rid of something because it no longer works or for another reason. For example: Te bote you dirty cell phone that you were no longer good for anything.
In the urban context it is a phrase that makes the act of ending a romantic relationship synonymy. In this sense: Te bote you because you played it with your friend.
SYNONYMS FOR TE BOTÉ
- I threw
- I finished with you
- I cut with you
- We separated
ORIGIN OF TE BOTÉ
The phrase “Te bote” is a conjugation in the past of the first person singular for the verb “botar”. Originally it is about the act of throwing, throwing or throwing something because it no longer has a useful life, because it is a waste or other similar.
This phrase has been adopted by urban music to disparagingly show the act of ending a romantic relationship . Much of this use stems from the instability of current relationships and the ephemerality of the feelings of a couple that are practiced.
CURIOSITIES OF TE BOTÉ
“Te Boté” is an urban song that has had different versions. Some of them performed alone, such as Anuel AA’s, while others bring together various artists such as “Te boté Remix”.