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Translation of "bugger" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

bugger

noun [C]     /ˈbʌɡ.ər/ US  //
UK offensive a silly or annoying person 蠢货,讨厌的家伙 Well you shouldn't have drunk so much, should you, you daft bugger! 你本不该喝这么多酒的,对吧,你这笨家伙! The stupid bugger's given me the wrong ticket! 那个蠢货给错了我票! Stupid and silly peopleUnpleasant people in generalUnpleasant men informal used to or about someone that you feel sympathy for 可怜的人 The poor bugger has nowhere else to sleep. 那可怜的家伙找不到其他地方睡觉。 Friendly and unfriendly terms of address US informal a person or animal, especially a young one that you like very much 家伙(指人或动物);(尤指)小东西,小家伙 He's a cute little bugger, isn't he? 他是个可爱的小家伙,对吧? Friendly and unfriendly terms of address UK offensive something that is very difficult or annoying 讨厌的东西;困难的事 This tin is a bugger to open. 这个罐头很难打开。 Difficult things and peoplePreventing and impeding
Translations of “bugger”
in Chinese (Traditional) 蠢貨,笨蛋,討厭的傢夥, 可憐的人, 傢夥(指人或動物)…
(Definition of bugger noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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