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  • bog off — (vulgar sl) Go away • • • Main Entry: ↑bog * * * ˌbog ˈoff [intransitive] always in imperative [present tense I/you/we/they bog off …   Useful english dictionary

  • bog off — phrasal verb [intransitive, always in imperative] Word forms bog off : present tense I/you/we/they bog off he/she/it bogs off present participle bogging off past tense bogged off past participle bogged off British spoken impolite used for telling …   English dictionary

  • bog off — vb British to leave, go away. Nearly always used as an aggressive exclamation or instruction. A vulgar term that existed in armed serv ice use before becoming a vogue succes sor to naff off around 1980. In spite of the brusque nature, the phrase… …   Contemporary slang

  • bog off — verb To leave, to go away. Syn: fuck off, piss off, bugger off …   Wiktionary

  • bog off — Brit. informal go away. → bog …   English new terms dictionary

  • bog off (!) — Verb. To go away. Exclam. Go away! Leave me alone! …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • bog off phrasal — verb (I) BrE spoken slang used to tell someone rudely to go away: Just bog off and leave me alone! …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bog — bog1 [bɔg US ba:g, bo:g] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Scottish Gaelic; Origin: bogach, from bog soft ] 1.) [U and C] an area of low wet muddy ground, sometimes containing bushes or grasses →↑marsh, swamp ↑swamp 2.) BrE informal a toilet …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bog — I UK [bɒɡ] / US [bɔɡ] noun Word forms bog : singular bog plural bogs 1) [countable/uncountable] an area of ground that is always very wet and soft 2) [countable] British informal a toilet II UK [bɒɡ] / US [bɑɡ] verb Word forms bog : present tense …   English dictionary

  • bog — noun 1》 an area of very soft wet muddy ground.     ↘Ecology wetland with acid, peaty soil. Compare with fen1. 2》 Brit. informal a toilet. verb (bogs, bogging, bogged) 1》 (usu. be bogged down) cause to become stuck; hinder the progress of. 2》 (bog …   English new terms dictionary


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