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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbuggerbug‧ger1 /ˈbʌɡə $ -ər/ noun [countable] not polite  1 British EnglishANNOY an offensive word for someone who is very annoying or unpleasant2 FRIENDLYsomeone that you pretend to be annoyed with, although you actually like or love themThe poor little bugger got an awful shock.3 British EnglishDIFFICULT a job or activity that is very difficultThe exam was a bit of a bugger.4 bugger all
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buggerYou're a tough little bugger.
buggerbugger2 verb [transitive] British English  1 spoken not politeSURPRISED said when you are annoyed or angryBugger it! I don’t see why I should pay for everything.2 I’m buggered/bugger me!3 I’m buggered if ...4 bugger the ...5 SEX/HAVE SEX WITH taboo or law to have anal sex with someone bugger about/around bugger off bugger something ↔ up
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buggerOne thousand men had buggered him, including some under 18.But I wasn't supposed to like her because her love for my father was buggering up our entire family.
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