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- interj. Bugger; damn.
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04: 32 @Jon_Favreau What in buggeration is with the insomnia plague going around?
It all depends, as you say, on so many buggeration factors.
Trouble with insurers and Bombay buggeration, I hear.
Between the devil and a deep blue buggeration, that's where you were, sir.
But if you had to sum up this NATO mission from the very beginning total buggeration ain't bad.
In the total buggeration into which the world's help for Afghanistan has now descended, it's important not to know too much.
It's the 'buggeration factor' and it's a part of the British psyche - that feeling of 'I'll show you'.