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English definition of “bugger, sod, etc. this for a lark!”

bugger, sod, etc. this for a lark!

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used to show that you are extremely annoyed or bored with an activity and that you will not continue doing it: I'd been waiting for him for an hour and I thought, sod this for a lark - I'm going home!
(Definition of bugger, sod, etc. this for a lark! from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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