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bugger off

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verb [T] uk phrasal verb with bugger   /ˈbʌɡ.ər/ us    //
to leave or go away, used especially as a rude way of telling someone to go away: By the time I got there you two had already buggered off! Bugger off, will you?
Translations of “bugger off”
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指粗魯地叫別人)走開,離開…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指粗鲁地叫别人)走开,离开…
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