bugger off

verb

Definition of bugger off

intransitive verb

slang, British
: leave, depart often used as a command

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Examples of bugger off in a Sentence

bugger off, or I'll call the police!

First Known Use of bugger off

1922, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of bugger off was in 1922

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