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  • noun
    plural -gers
    [count] informal
    an annoying or difficult but usually small thing
    (BritThe exam was a bugger. [=the exam was difficult]
    chiefly Brit
    a offensive :a person (especially a man) who is strongly disliked
    I can't stand that stupid bugger.
    an annoying or playful person or animal
    In this sense, bugger is an impolite word that is often used in a loving or friendly way.
    Wellyou're a cute little bugger [=rascalcritterguy], aren't you!
    You cheeky bugger!
    -gers; -gered; -gering
    [+ obj] Brit
    offensive :to have anal sex with (someone)
    informal + impolite - used as an interjection to express strong anger, surprise, etc.
    Bugger [=damnthis machine!
    Bugger it/me!
    bugger about
    or bugger around
    [phrasal verb] Brit informal + impolite
    to spend time in a useless or aimless way
    bugger (someone) about/around :to cause problems or trouble for (someone)
    bugger off
    [phrasal verb] Brit informal + impolite :to go away
    She angrily told him to bugger off.
    bugger up
    [phrasal verb]
    bugger up (something) or bugger (something) up Brit informal + impolite :to make mistakes in doing or making (something)

    * Các từ tương tự:
    bugger all, buggery