cussword


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cussword

(ˈkʌswɜːd)
n
informal US a swearword

cuss•word

(ˈkʌsˌwɜrd)

n. Informal.
curse (def.4).
[1870–75]
Translations

cussword

n (US inf) → Kraftausdruck m, → Schimpfwort nt
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