F-word


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F-word

or f-word  (ĕf′wûrd′)
n.
The word fuck or one of its forms, used as a euphemism.

f-word

n
the f-word (sometimes capital) a euphemistic way of referring to the word fuck
Translations

f-word

[ˈefˌwɜːd] N to say the f-word (euph) [of fuck] → decir "jo...roba"

f-word

n (inf) euphemistischer Bezug auf das Wort „fuck“ I try not to use the f-word in front of the childrenich versuche, vor den Kindern möglichst keine schlimmen Flüche zu gebrauchen; the f-word was mentioned 35 times in this short storyin dieser Kurzgeschichte steht 35mal „fuck“
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