bugger2 [transitive] British English
1 spoken not polite
said when you are annoyed or angry:
• Bugger it! I don't see why I should pay for everything.
2 spoken not polite
said when you are surprised about something:
• Well I'm buggered! I never thought you'd do that.
3 spoken not polite
used to say that you do not care about the person or thing you are talking about:
• Bugger the expense, I'm going to buy it!
4 taboo or law
to have anal sex with someone
bugger aboutphrasal verb
to behave in a stupid way or waste time [= mess about/around]:
• Let's stop buggering about and go.
to cause unnecessary problems for someone [= mess somebody about/around]:
• Don't let Peter bugger you about.
bugger offphrasal verb
• Tim buggered off to Australia years ago.
• 'Bugger off!' she screamed.
bugger something ↔ upphrasal verb
• It really buggered up our plans when the train was cancelled.