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    Default meanings of 2 expressions

    Please, explain the maining:

    1.It sucks
    2.screw them up (in my language it seems to be vulgar, but in English as if it is not)

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    Default Re: meanings of 2 expressions

    It sucks is an all-purpose negative statement meaning you don't like it at all.

    To screw [something] up means to make a mess of it, to do it very badly.

    "That really sucks, I screwed up another picture by putting my finger in front of the camera lens."

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