English version

bugger something ↔ up

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbugger something ↔ up phrasal verb spoken not politeMISTAKEto ruin something or do something very badly syn cock up, mess upIt really buggered up our plans when the train was cancelled. bugger
Examples from the Corpus
bugger upThey all bugger themselves up in the end.People who bugger and beat up kids are horrible.
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