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- adj. Broken; not properly functioning.
- adj. In trouble; in a bad situation.
- adj. Tired, worn-out, exhausted.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bugger.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Every screw head came pre-buggered from the factory.
Sorry for the shape of my ID, my stupid pet llama pissed all over it and kind of buggered the thing up.
NOPE "bugger them" assuming they haven't ASKED to be "buggered" can ONLY mean forced anal rape against a person's will.
Not to mention the suggestion itself is highly offensive; I would never, for example, suggest that Marty go out and get "buggered" or "sodomized" to claim a right of inheritance or an SS Disability Benefit.
But Opposition Leader Barry O'Farrell says politics has "buggered" the state and voters should have the means to throw out poorly performing politicians.
You panic, jump out of your foxhole and get killed because you don't want to get 'buggered'?
Looks like to me, you get 'buggered' either way, Francy.
You'd rather be 'buggered' by the Iraqi guy, right?
Wayne Swan says he won't speculate on whether Australia will go into a recession, despite a new report saying Australia's budget is "buggered".
In Australia, Access Economics has said the budget is 'buggered' and that the downturn will be serious.
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