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    Cool Bugger that

    Someone proposes something to do to somebody else, and this one replies saying: --Bugger that! and proposes something different.

    Can we translate this "bugger that" as "Absolutely not!"

    Thank You
    Last edited by Bushwhacker; 04-Feb-2010 at 12:03.

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    Re: Bugger that

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    Someone proposes something to do to somebody else, and this one replies saying: --Bugger that! and proposes something different.

    Can we translate this "bugger that" as "Absolutely not!"

    Thank You
    Yes, it means "I'm not doing that". Although the literal meaning of "to bugger" is somewhat different.

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