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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbogeybo‧gey, bogie /ˈbəʊɡi $ ˈboʊɡi/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 DSG technical when you take one more shot than par (=the usual number of shots) to get the ball into the hole in golfbirdie, eagle2 PROBLEMa problem or difficult situation that makes you feel anxiousbogey of 🔊 the bogey of recession3 HBHDCB British English informal a piece of mucus from inside your nose4 RFa bogeyman
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bogeyThen I three-putted the sixteenth for a bogey.But Irwin missed his birdie attempt and Morgan tapped in a bogey to win.Ed Sneed wilted in 1979, taking a bogey five when a par would have won.Besides the eagle, Leonard made four birdies and only one bogey.There, Leonard recorded a birdie and Mickelson had a 3-putt bogey.From being the bogey of bankers, we are becoming the bankers' friend.bogey ofthe bogey of nuclear weapons in an unstable country