Meaning of roger in English:

roger

Pronunciation /ˈrɒdʒə/

Translate roger into Spanish

exclamation

  • 1Your message has been received (used in radio communication)

    ‘‘Roger; we'll be with you in about ten minutes.’’
    • ‘‘Lioness 1-1, roger,’ replied Lauren in Lioness 1-1, the leader of the two F - 22s covering the north flank.’
    • ‘‘Bay One, roger,’ I said and clicked off the radio.’
    1. 1.1 informal Used to express assent or understanding.
      • ‘‘Go light the stove.’ ‘Roger, Mister Bossman,’ Frank replied’
      • ‘‘Roger, roger,’ Lily replied, just as distant-sounding as ever.’
      • ‘You go over to him, I'll observe what he'll do, roger?’
      all right, alright, very well, of course, by all means, sure, certainly, absolutely, indeed, affirmative, in the affirmative, agreed, roger

verb

[with object] vulgar slang British
  • (of a man) have sex with.

Origin

Mid 16th century from the given name Roger. The verb (dating from the early 18th century) is from an obsolete noun sense ‘penis’.