bugger about with sl.

bugger about with sl. вносить беспорядок во что-л. Somebody's beenbuggering about with my record player.

Англо-русский словарь. — М.: Советская энциклопедия. . 1969.

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  • bugger about — ● bugger * * * bugger about (or bugger around) [phrasal verb] Brit informal + impolite 1 : to spend time in a useless or aimless way We just buggered about [=messed around] all afternoon. 2 bugger (someone) about/around : to cause problems or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bugger — vulgar slang, chiefly Brit. ► NOUN 1) derogatory a person who commits buggery. 2) a person regarded with contempt or pity. 3) an annoying or awkward thing. ► VERB 1) practise buggery with. 2) cause serious harm or trouble to. 3) …   English terms dictionary

  • bugger — 1 noun (C) spoken especially BrE 1 taboo someone who is very annoying or unpleasant: Bill s an obnoxious little bugger. 2 a rude word meaning someone that you pretend to be annoyed with, although you actually like them: What are you doing, you… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bugger — bug|ger1 S2 [ˈbʌgə US ər] n [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: bugger person who practices anal sex (16 21 centuries), from French bougre person who disagrees with the standard religion , from Medieval Latin Bulgarus Bulgarian ] 1.) BrE not polite an… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bugger — I UK [ˈbʌɡə(r)] / US [ˈbʌɡər] noun [countable] Word forms bugger : singular bugger plural buggers British a) impolite an insulting word for someone who is stupid or annoying b) informal used for expressing sympathy about someone you like or feel… …   English dictionary

  • bugger — [[t]bʌ̱gə(r)[/t]] buggers, buggering, buggered 1) N COUNT: oft adj N (disapproval) Some people use bugger to describe a person who has done something annoying or stupid. [mainly BRIT, INFORMAL, RUDE] 2) N SING: a N Some people say that a job or… …   English dictionary

  • bugger — /ˈbʌgə / (say buguh) noun 1. (taboo) someone who practises bestiality or sodomy. 2. Colloquial (humorous) a person: come on, you old bugger. 3. Colloquial a contemptible person. 4. Colloquial a nuisance, a difficulty; something unpleasant or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • bugger — n., v., & int. coarse sl. (except in sense 2 of n. and 3 of v.) Usage: Usually considered a taboo word. n. 1 a an unpleasant or awkward person or thing (the bugger won t fit). b a person of a specified kind (he s a miserable bugger; you clever… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bugger vulgar slang, — chiefly Brit. noun 1》 a contemptible or pitied person.     ↘an annoyingly awkward thing. 2》 derogatory a person who commits buggery. verb 1》 practise buggery with. 2》 cause serious harm or trouble to.     ↘(bugger about/around) act stupidly or… …   English new terms dictionary

  • bugger — bug|ger1 [ bʌgər ] noun count BRITISH IMPOLITE an insulting word for someone who is stupid or annoying a. INFORMAL used for expressing sympathy about someone you like or feel sorry for: The poor little bugger s broken his leg. be a bugger BRITISH …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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