bugger

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İngilizce - Türkçe
allah kahretsin
haylaz
kahrolası
allah'ın cezası
(Tıp) sodomist
oğlancılık etmek
adamcağız
hayvancağız
salak
sinir
bela
herif
oğlancı
adamcağız/hayvancağız
kıl
Hay ...!
başbelası
karın ağrısı
götçü
Kahretsin!
gıcık
Kahretsin! (Avustralya sözüdür) Bir şeyi yanlışlıkla yaptığımızda veya olumsuz birşey olduğunda kufretmektense 'bugger' denilebilir
çok zor bir şey
{f} mahvetmek
buggeryoğlancılık
aptal/top/gıcık
f., İng., kaba arkadan sikmek. i., İng., argo
{f} sinirlendirmek
{f} bozmak
{i} tip
bugger sodomiden suçlu ol
{f} öfkelendirmek
kimse
(Argo) bok etmek
alçak herif
bugger up
sıçmak
bugger all
(Argo) hiçbir şey
bugger around
(Dilbilim) saçmalamak
bugger off
(Dilbilim) çekip gitmek
bugger up
(deyim) harap etmek
bugger up
içine etmek
bugger about
salakça davranmak
bugger about
gıcık etmek
bugger off
siktir olup gitmek
bugger up
içine sıçmak
Bugger off!
şıktır git!
bugger of
bozmak ve
Bugger you
İng., argo Siktir!
bugger about
İng., argo oyalanarak vakit geçirmek
bugger all
İng., argo hiçbir şey
bugger around
aptalca vakit geçirmek
bugger it
allah kahretsin
bugger off
gitmek
bugger off
toz olmak
bugger off
İng., argo sıvışmak, toz olmak
bugger off
yaylanmak
bugger s.o. about
İng., argo birine zorluk çıkarmak
bugger s.t. up
İng., argo bir şeyin içine etmek
bugger up
mahvetmek
bugger up
bozmak
bugger you
kahrolası
buggered
çok yorgun
buggered
leşi çıkmış
buggered
gebermiş
buggered
leşi çıkmış, gebermis
third person singular of bugger
Üçüncü kişi bozmak tekil
buggered
bugger sodomiden suçlu ol
İngilizce - İngilizce
To sodomize

To be buggered sore like a hobo's whore (Attributed to Harry Mclintock's 1920s era Big Rock Candy Mountain).

To break or ruin

This computer is buggered! Oh no! I've buggered it up.

To feel frustration with something, or to consider that something is futile

Bugger this for a lark. Bugger this for a game of soldiers.

A rough synonym for whippersnapper

What is that little bugger up to now?.

A heretic
Cutesy expression of very mild annoyance
To feel contempt for some person or thing

Bugger Bognor. (Alleged to be the last words of king George V of the United Kingdom in response to a suggestion that he might recover from his illness and visit Bognor Regis.).

Someone who commits buggery; a sodomite

The British Sexual Offences Act of 1967 is a buggers' charter. (see ).

To be surprised

Bugger me sideways! Bugger me, here's my bus. Well, I'm buggered!.

Someone who is very fond of something

I'm a bugger for Welsh cakes.

To be fatigued

I'm buggered from all that walking.

A foolish or worthless person or thing

My computer's being a bit of a bugger.

Someone viewed with affection: chap

How are you, you old bugger?.

A damn, anything at all

I don't give a bugger how important you think it is.

An expression of annoyance or displeasure

Bugger, I've missed the bus.

{ü} shout expressing bother or annoyance; expression used when something goes wrong
{f} sodomize; bother
An expressing annoyance
To ruin
One guilty of buggery or unnatural vice; a sodomite
practice anal sex upon
feelings Some people say bugger it or bugger when they are angry that something has gone wrong
someone who engages in anal copulation (especially a male who engages in anal copulation with another male)
Cutsie expression of very mild annoyance
Some people say that a job or task is a bugger when it is difficult to do
A wretch; sometimes used humorously or in playful disparagement
feelings Some people use bugger in expressions such as bugger him or bugger the cost in order to emphasize that they do not care about the person or thing that the word or phrase refers to. = sod
To bugger someone means to have anal intercourse with them
A foolish or worthless person, rascal; however also used affectionately: chap
{i} one who commits buggery, person who commits sodomy; annoying thing; annoying person; person who does something stupid or annoying; (Informal) fellow, chap; person who plants electronic secret listening device
disapproval Some people use bugger to describe a person who has done something annoying or stupid
bugger all
Nothing

You may not like paying taxes, but there's bugger all you can do about it.

bugger factor
Another term for Sod's law or Murphy's law: "Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong."
bugger off
An expression of disagreement or disbelief

Bugger off! You are joking, aren't you?.

bugger off
Go away
bugger off
To leave, go away, disappear

We tried to catch him, but he had already buggered off.

bugger up
to break or spoil something, or make it inoperative, useless etc

I've buggered up the sudoku somehow and can't finish it.

bugger all
Bugger all is a rude way of saying `nothing'
bugger all
little or nothing at all; "I asked for a raise and they gave me bugger-all"; "I know sweet Fanny Adams about surgery
bugger around
{f} waste time doing things that are not necessary
bugger off
{ü} leave at once!, depart, go away!, get lost! (used generally in the imperative form and in annoyance)
bugger off
{f} leave quickly and unexpectedly
bugger off
leave immediately; used usually in the imperative form; "Scram!"
bugger off
If someone buggers off, they go away quickly and suddenly. People often say bugger off as a rude way of telling someone to go away. = sod off
bugger up
{f} spoil, ruin something
bugger you
{ü} exclamation of annoyance
buggered
broken

Your telly is buggered, best get it fixed.

buggered
Simple past tense and past participle of bugger
rugger bugger
a Hooray Henry; someone rich or posh, who stereotypically plays rugby, and who can be loud and unpleasant to other people
To bugger
bot
buggered
In trouble
buggered
emphasis If someone says that they will be buggered if they will do something, they mean that they do not want to do it and they will definitely not do it
buggered
{s} broken, ruined, used up; exhausted, tired
buggered
past of bugger
buggered
If someone says that they are buggered, they mean that they are very tired
buggered
If someone says that something is buggered, they mean that it is completely ruined or broken
buggered
Tired, worn-out, exhausted
buggering
present participle of bugger
buggers
third person singular of bugger
buggers
plural of bugger
disapproval bugger about
If someone buggers about or buggers around, they waste time doing unnecessary things. = arse around
disapproval bugger up
If someone buggers something up, they ruin it or spoil it
bugger