What does the slang word bog mean?
a lavatory; bathroom
British Slang. a lavatory; bathroom.
How do you use bog down in a sentence?
1 : to cause (something) to sink in wet ground The mud bogged down the car. The car got bogged down in the mud. —often used figuratively It’s easy to get bogged down in details. 2 : to become stuck in wet ground The car bogged down in the mud.
What does sod off mean?
to go away
phrasal verb. People sometimes say sod off as a very rude way of telling someone to go away or leave them alone. [British, informal, rude]
Is bog off a swear word?
(idiomatic, euphemistic, slang) To leave, to go away.
Is bog a real word?
Definition of bog : to become impeded or stuck —usually used with down Extra demand can cause the system to bog down.
What does bog you down mean?
— phrasal verb with bog verb. us/ˈbɑɡˈdɑʊn, ˈbɔɡ-/ -gg- to prevent someone or something from moving on or progressing: He’s a big-picture leader and doesn’t get bogged down in the details.
Is Bogged down an idiom?
The idiomatic phrase “bogged down” means to become so involved or overwhelmed with something that it makes getting anything else done seem nearly impossible.
Do not bogged down Meaning?
to be/become so involved in something difficult or complicated that you cannot do anything else: Let’s not get bogged down with individual complaints. UK Try not to get too bogged down in the details.
What does bog off mean in England?
bog off in British English go away! verbWord forms: bogs, bogging or bogged. 2. ( intr, adverb) to go away.
Who said bog off?
If you’ve ever told someone to “BOG OFF”, there’s a chance you’ve been watching Tracy Beaker. For anyone growing up in the early 2000s, fights about alarm clocks, the eating of worms and hiding from Elaine the Pain were all associated with the series about a young girl in a children’s home.