Bugger



Informal. a fellow or lad (used affectionately or abusively):
a cute little bugger.
Informal. any object or thing.
Often Vulgar. a sodomite.
Chiefly British Slang.

a despicable or contemptible person, especially a man.
an annoying or troublesome thing, situation, etc.

Often Vulgar. to sodomize.
Slang. damn:
Bugger the cost—I want the best.
Chiefly British Slang. to trick, deceive, or take advantage of.
bugger off, Chiefly British Slang. to depart; bug off.
bugger up, Chiefly British Slang. to ruin; spoil; botch.
a person who installs a hidden listening device.
noun
a person who practises buggery
(slang) a person or thing considered to be contemptible, unpleasant, or difficult
(slang) a humorous or affectionate term for a man or child: a silly old bugger, a friendly little bugger
(slang) bugger all, nothing
(slang) play silly buggers, to fool around and waste time
verb
to practise buggery (with)
(transitive) (slang, mainly Brit) to ruin, complicate, or frustrate
(slang) to tire; weary: he was absolutely buggered
interjection
(slang) an exclamation of annoyance or disappointment
n.
v.

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