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phrasal verbvulgar slang British
bugger something up, bugger up somethingCause serious harm or damage to.
ruin, wreck, destroy, upset, undo, mess up, make a mess of, dash, sabotage, scupper, scotch, torpedo, blast, vitiate
- ‘they'll probably bugger up the page layout’
- ‘to stop and help anyone would bugger up their chances of success’
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