1. a.d.o.m.

    a.d.o.m. Senior Member

    Bergen (Norway)
    Spain, Spanish
    Hi!

    I know this expression would mean "nothing" in contexts as "I've done bugger all yesterday" and so on, but what would this mean if it's used isolatedly? A friend of mine used it once during a conversation. It was something like...

    -Are you coming with me to see the match or not?
    -I'm afraid I can't...
    -BUGGER ALL!
     
  2. elirlandes

    elirlandes Senior Member

    Dublin & Málaga
    Ireland English
    Habrá sido "Bugger it!", expresando rabia o desilusión que no venías al partido...
    = iMaldición!
    = iLeche!
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Feb 5, 2015
  3. a.d.o.m.

    a.d.o.m. Senior Member

    Bergen (Norway)
    Spain, Spanish
    Oh! It's possible. Thank you!!!
     

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