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bollocks

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbollocksbol‧locks /ˈbɒləks $ ˈbɑː-/ noun [plural] British English spoken informal  1 WRONG/INCORRECTSTUPID/NOT SENSIBLEused to say rudely that you think something is wrong or stupid syn rubbish Your lyrics are complete bollocks; they don’t actually mean anything, do they? She’s just talking a load of old bollocks.2 ANGRYa word used to emphasize that you are annoyed or angry Oh, bollocks! We’ve missed it.3 bollocks to you/that/it etc4 HBHthe two round male organs that produce sperm syn testicle
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bollocksMaybe so, but this is bollocks.On the radio whenever Leeds have possession they seem to waffle on about a load of bollocks.Today is the day for those who think the election is a load of old bollocks to register their presence.We bet the Marquis De Sade never had to put up with bollocks like that.a load of old bollocksToday is the day for those who think the election is a load of old bollocks to register their presence.
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