bugger bugger  /ˈbə ɡər/


  1. (n) someone who engages in anal copulation (especially a male who engages in anal copulation with another male)
  2. (v) practice anal sex upon

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  1. For years, Stephen Chow was famous across Asia as the bad boy of Hong Kong comedy, and a bugger star, year by year,, than even Jackie Chan.
  2. Few are those who've not at least threatened to bugger off.
  3. Sure, it was fun holding a laptop at arm's length and letting go, watching as the Intel Pentium-powered bugger hit the ground with a solid thwack!.


  • the STORY

    Writer/director and generally charming human being Sarah Polley isn’t very coy about the point she’s making with Stories We Tell . It’s all right there in the title; a documentary about how her family remembers key events is referred to as a collection of “stories,” an indication that the veracity of the past is a slippery bugger.
    on July 12, 2013     Source: The Reader


  1. "They're worth bugger-all without people to teach in them and learn in those buildings," Professor Dodson said. "Billions of dollars set aside that never reaches teachers and the children, now that's mere symbolism."
    on Feb 17, 2009 By: Mick Dodson Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  2. "He will be starting high school by 2020," Blanchett said. "He is a lucky bugger - I hope."
    on Apr 19, 2008 By: Cate Blanchett Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  3. "Ballard backed out," Pocklington says. "He was a crazy old bugger."
    on Oct 13, 2009 By: Peter Pocklington Source: Detroit Free Press

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