Slang term for a Formic, an insect-like alien race from the book Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card. Formics were often called buggers because they resembled ants to some degree, and a hive-like reporductive strategy.
It was all up to Ender to destroy the buggers forever.
od uživatele Ender Wiggin 01. Září 2004
An Australianism or Aussieism for shit or damn, it actually has many many uses.
Can be put with the words "it" or "off" to make to similarly different meanings.
Bugger off you Nigel!
Bugger it! The spanner slipped and I've ripped all the skin off my knuckles.
od uživatele Woohzal 11. Březen 2008
An exclamation made following a disappointment
This dress is too tight. "Bugger!"
or
I just trod in dog poo. "Bugger!"
od uživatele Krishna 06. Leden 2004
Noun: A gadget, usually in the form of a plug or socket, inserted into an electronic device in order to test or bypass interlocks. Also used to make the damn thing work because the interlock has failed at a critical time. USA Navy slang, WWII vintage, now much used in the USA National Labs.

Verb: To bypass an interlock, either directly with a jumper, or by the use of a "bugger".
Bugger out the Radiation Chain. Use the X-Ray Safety bugger.
od uživatele yraster 19. Listopad 2010
A person who is awesome at finding bugs in software. A Quality Assurance equivalent to a hacker.
Hacker1 : Did you see how many bugs that dude found in your code?

Hacker2: Yeah, he/she sure is an awesome bugger!
od uživatele verdedev 13. Červen 2012
to sodomize
Big John, the altar boy, buggered the priest.
od uživatele Harley 25. Září 2002
It is actually derived from England not Australia.
Well bugger me! (exasperation)
od uživatele K-Diggity Dawg 20. Březen 2007

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