The word botó is the preterite form of botar in the third person singular.
See the full botar conjugation

botar

Jim botó su bolígrafo y se agachó a recogerlo.
Jim dropped his pen and bent to pick it up.
Ella confrontó a su esposo con ellos y los botó.
She confronted her husband with them and threw them out.
Ha pasado más de un año desde que ese tipo te botó.
It's been over a year since that guy dumped you.
Salí con él el verano pasado y me botó.
I dated him all last summer and he dumped me.
Cuando el pianista se fue, botó una página de la música
As he left, the pianist dropped a page of music.
Mi abuela botó una lámpara justo al lado de mi escritorio hoy.
My grams knocked a lamp right off my desk today.
Mira, escuché que Ted te botó como un panqueque.
See, I heard Ted dropped you like a hotcake.
Salí con él el verano pasado y me botó.
I dated him all last summer and he dumped me.
¿Por qué lo botó en el pasillo?
Why did you throw it out in the hall?
Si lo botó es porque se lo merecía.
If she threw you out, it's because you deserved it.
Mediante clic en el botó, se abren una lista de opciones.
Clicking the button opens a list of options.
Creo que el equipo de Hal botó esa antena.
I think Hal's team knocked out that antenna.
Lo botó porque no tenía el bosquejo.
He dropped him because he didn't have a rough draft.
Estoy segura de que Mike los botó todos.
I'm pretty sure Mike threw them all out.
La esposa me botó de la casa.
Wife kicked me out of the house.
Su esposa me botó del autobús.
His wife, she kicked me off the tour bus.
Su esposa me botó del autobús.
His wife kicked me off the tour bus.
Obviamente, la botó por alguien mejor.
Obviously, he dumped her for someone better.
El botó está diseñado para llamar a los ficheros de Ayuda del programa.
The button is designed to call the Help files of the program.
Ese hombre botó a su esposa.
That man threw away his wife.
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