bugger

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Pronunciation[change]

  • IPA: /ˈbʌgə/

Noun[change]

Singular
bugger

Plural
buggers

  1. (countable); (slang); (vulgar) A bugger is a person you don't like.
    He was wearing his hat in church, so I yelled, "Take your hat off, you silly bugger."

Related words[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
bugger

Third-person singular
buggers

Past tense
buggered

Past participle
buggered

Present participle
buggering

  1. (transitive) You say "bugger it" to show that you are very angry or that you don't care.
  2. (transitive) You say "bugger me" or "I'm buggered" to show that you're very surprised.
  3. (transitive); (vulgar) If you bugger somebody, you have anal sex with them.
  4. (intransitive) You say "bugger off" you want someone to leave you alone.
  5. If you bugger something up, you make a problem with it.