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bogey

in golf, to score one stroke over par on a hole: He made a bogey on the last hole.
Not to be confused with:
boggy – wet and spongy; containing bogs: a boggy field
bogy – a hobgoblin; something that haunts, harasses, or frightens
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bo·gey

also bo·gy or bo·gie  (bō′gē)
n. pl. bo·geys also bo·gies
1. (also bo͝og′ē, bo͞o′gē) An evil or mischievous spirit; a hobgoblin.
2. (also bo͝og′ē, bo͞o′gē) A cause of annoyance or harassment.
3. Sports
a. A golf score of one stroke over par.
b. Chiefly British The number of strokes that a good player is likely to need to finish a golf hole or course.
4. Slang An unidentified flying aircraft.
5. Slang A detective or police officer.
6. Chiefly British Slang A piece of dried or semisolid nasal mucus; a booger.
tr.v. bo·geyed, bo·gey·ing, bo·geys
To play (a hole in golf) scoring one stroke over par.

[Possibly variant of bogle.]
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bogey

(ˈbəʊɡɪ) or

bogy

n
1. an evil or mischievous spirit
2. something that worries or annoys
3. (Golf) golf
a. a score of one stroke over par on a hole. Compare par5
b. obsolete a standard score for a hole or course, regarded as one that a good player should make
4. slang a piece of dried mucus discharged from the nose
5. (Military) air force slang an unidentified or hostile aircraft
6. slang a detective; policeman
vb
(Golf) (tr) golf to play (a hole) in one stroke over par
[C19: probably related to bug2 and bogle1; compare bugaboo]

bogey

(ˈbəʊɡɪ) or

bogie

vb
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) to bathe or swim
n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) a bathe or swim
[C19: from a native Australian language]
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bo•gey

(ˈboʊ gi; for 2 also ˈbʊg i, ˈbu gi)

n., pl. -geys, n.
1.
a. a golf score of one stroke over par on a hole.
v.i.
3. (in golf) to make a hole in a bogey.
v.t.
4. to make a bogey on.
[1890–95; variant of bogy1]
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bogey


Past participle: bogeyed
Gerund: bogeying

Imperative
bogey
bogey
Present
I bogey
you bogey
he/she/it bogeys
we bogey
you bogey
they bogey
Preterite
I bogeyed
you bogeyed
he/she/it bogeyed
we bogeyed
you bogeyed
they bogeyed
Present Continuous
I am bogeying
you are bogeying
he/she/it is bogeying
we are bogeying
you are bogeying
they are bogeying
Present Perfect
I have bogeyed
you have bogeyed
he/she/it has bogeyed
we have bogeyed
you have bogeyed
they have bogeyed
Past Continuous
I was bogeying
you were bogeying
he/she/it was bogeying
we were bogeying
you were bogeying
they were bogeying
Past Perfect
I had bogeyed
you had bogeyed
he/she/it had bogeyed
we had bogeyed
you had bogeyed
they had bogeyed
Future
I will bogey
you will bogey
he/she/it will bogey
we will bogey
you will bogey
they will bogey
Future Perfect
I will have bogeyed
you will have bogeyed
he/she/it will have bogeyed
we will have bogeyed
you will have bogeyed
they will have bogeyed
Future Continuous
I will be bogeying
you will be bogeying
he/she/it will be bogeying
we will be bogeying
you will be bogeying
they will be bogeying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bogeying
you have been bogeying
he/she/it has been bogeying
we have been bogeying
you have been bogeying
they have been bogeying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bogeying
you will have been bogeying
he/she/it will have been bogeying
we will have been bogeying
you will have been bogeying
they will have been bogeying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bogeying
you had been bogeying
he/she/it had been bogeying
we had been bogeying
you had been bogeying
they had been bogeying
Conditional
I would bogey
you would bogey
he/she/it would bogey
we would bogey
you would bogey
they would bogey
Past Conditional
I would have bogeyed
you would have bogeyed
he/she/it would have bogeyed
we would have bogeyed
you would have bogeyed
they would have bogeyed
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011

bogey

One over par for a hole.
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bogey - an evil spirit
evil spirit - a spirit tending to cause harm
2.bogey - (golf) a score of one stroke over par on a hole
golf, golf game - a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
score - a number that expresses the accomplishment of a team or an individual in a game or contest; "the score was 7 to 0"
3.bogey - an unidentified (and possibly enemy) aircraft
aircraft - a vehicle that can fly
Verb1.bogey - to shoot in one stroke over par
golf, golf game - a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
shoot - throw or propel in a specific direction or towards a specific objective; "shoot craps"; "shoot a golf ball"
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bogey

noun
1. bugbear, bête noire, horror, nightmare, bugaboo Age is another bogey for actresses.
2. spirit, ghost, phantom, spectre, spook (informal), apparition, imp, sprite, goblin, bogeyman, hobgoblin, eidolon It was no bogey, no demon.
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bogey

also bogy or bogie

noun
A supernatural being, such as a ghost:
Informal: spook.
Regional: haunt.
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Translations
bogeykohdemaalinäyteräkäpaakku
undirvagn
šasija

bogey

[ˈbəʊgɪ]
A. N
1. (= goblin) → duende m, trasgo m; (= bugbear) → pesadilla f
that is our bogey teamese es nuestro equipo pesadilla
2. (Golf) → bogey m, más uno m
3. (Brit) (in nose) → moco m
4. (Brit) (= policeman) → poli m
5. (Rail) → bogie m, boga f
B. VT (Golf) to bogey a holehacer bogey or uno sobre par en un hoyo
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bogey

1, bogy
n pl <bogeys, bogies>
(= spectre, goblin)Kobold m, → Butzemann m
(fig, = bugbear) → Popanz m, → Schreckgespenst nt
(Brit inf) → (Nasen)popel m (inf)

bogey

2 (Golf)
nBogey nt
vt to bogey a holeein Bogey spielen or machen
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bogey

[ˈbəʊgɪ] n (worry) → spauracchio
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

bogie,

bogey

(ˈbəugi) noun
a four- or six-wheeled frame, supporting part of a long vehicle, eg a railway carriage.
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References in classic literature ?
"You can frighten women," he said, "with a bogie such as this, but you have no longer a woman to deal with.
"He could not hope to frighten Sir Henry to death as he had done the old uncle with his bogie hound."
LAHORE -- The negligence of the railway department towards hygiene on trains operating from the province has resulted in bogies full of unwanted bedfellows.
He said that a rescue train that was used to clear the tracks following the derailment of eight goods train bogies on April 3, and was already present at Taranda Sawaye Khan and Kotsamaba section, was immediately called to the spot.
SUKKUR -- Two bogies of a goods train derailed near Rohri Railway Station on Saturday.
To achieve this, the conventional space for axles must be spared, which is exactly why wheelset-axle-decoupled IRW bogies are extensively applied in low-floor light rail vehicles.
RAHIMYAR KHAN -- Two bogies of Karachi bound Tezgam Express train on Monday caught fire but the passengers remained unhurt.
These engineers, 35 or so in number, make up Bombardier's UK bogies division.
He had slumped to four bogies and a double bogey during an outward half of 42, but seemed to have steadied the ship when that triple bogey disaster occurred.
KARACHI -- The Federal Minister for Railways, Ghulam Ahmed Bilour, and here on Friday inaugurated the new bogies of Korakaram Express at the Karachi Cantonment Station.
After three consecutive birdies on his first three holes, defending champion David Howell carded a double bogey on the fifth and followed that disappointment with three bogies on the back nine.