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bugger off Offensive

Meaning: to go away

For example:

  • As soon as they'd finished eating dinner, the kids buggered off and left us to clean up the kitchen.

  • After I'd hailed a taxi some guy ran up and tried to get in, so I grabbed his arm and told him to bugger off.

Quick Quiz:

If someone tells you to bugger off, they want you to
  1. help them
  2. anger them
  3. leave them alone

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