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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
Translations of “fuck”
in Spanish joder, follar, ¡jódete!…
in French baiser, emmerder, va te faire foutre!…
in German ficken, verarschen, zum Teufel…
in Chinese (Traditional) 私通, 通姦…
in Chinese (Simplified) 私通, 通奸…
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