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English definition of “fuck”

fuck

verb [I or T] uk   /fʌk/ offensive us  
to have sex with someone

fuck

exclamation uk   /fʌk/ offensive us  
used when expressing extreme anger, or to add force to what is being said: Fuck - the bloody car won't start! Shut the fuck up! Who the fuck does she think she is, telling me what to do?

fuck

noun [C] uk   /fʌk/ offensive us  
an act of having sex a sexual partner
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