effing


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ef·fing

 (ĕf′ĭng)
adv. & adj. Vulgar Slang
Used as an intensive.

[From ef, in reference to the euphemistic use of f to represent the word fuck.]
Translations

effing

[ˈɛfɪŋ] adj (British)foutu(e)

effing

(euph sl)
adjScheiß- (inf)
n effing and blindingFluchen nt, → Geschimpfe nt
vi (only in -ing form) he was effing and blindinger erging sich in wüsten Schimpfereien
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When Angus Deayton conducted the celebrities' exit interviews, they were all effing and blinding reflexively as if they had forgotten how not to swear.