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son of a bitch

Vulgar
n. pl. sons of bitches
A person regarded as mean or disagreeable.
interj.
Used to express annoyance, disgust, disappointment, or amazement.

son of a bitch

(ˌsʌnəvəˈbɪtʃ) or

sonofabitch

n, pl sons of bitches
1. a worthless or contemptible person: used as an insult
2. a humorous or affectionate term for a person, esp a man: a lucky son of a bitch.

son of a bitch

(n. ˈsʌn əv ə ˌbɪtʃ, ˈbɪtʃ; interj. ˈbɪtʃ)

n., pl. sons of bitches, interj. Slang: Often Vulgar. n.
1. a contemptible or thoroughly disagreeable person or thing.
interj.
2. (used as an exclamation of impatience, irritation, astonishment, etc.)
[1705–15]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.son of a bitch - insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or ridiculous
dirty word, vulgarism, obscenity, smut, filth - an offensive or indecent word or phrase
disagreeable person, unpleasant person - a person who is not pleasant or agreeable
Translations
إِبْن كَلْبَه
hajzlparchant
lortskidskideriksvin
bâtardfils de putainfils de pute
rohadék
sviniar
it oğlu itorospu çocuğuorospu dölüpiç oğlu piç

bitch

(bitʃ) noun
1. the female of the dog, wolf or fox.
2. a (bad-tempered or unpleasant) woman.
son of a bitch noun, interjection
(slang) an annoying and nasty person; an unpleasant task. The son of a bitch tried to cheat me!
ˈbitchy adjective
(usually of women) fond of making unpleasant comments about people. She is sometimes very bitchy about her colleagues.

son

(san) noun
a male child (when spoken of in relation to his parents). He is the son of the manager.
ˈson-in-lawplural ˈsons-in-law noun
a daughter's husband.
son of a bitchbitch
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Slap that sonofabitch,' he said.'I'm going to learn about that anyway.
'And if anyone doesn't [agree],' he continued, 'then he should stand up so we can take a look at the sonofabitch.'"
In time, though, I actually began to envy the sonofabitch. What did she see in him that I hadn't?
It is probably apocryphal, but President Franklin Roosevelt reportedly noted that a particular South American dictator was a sonofabitch, but "he's our sonofabitch." That distills realpolitik to its stark essence -- power divorced from any messy ideals.
As King recalled, Bradbury had said to Murphy, "Get out, you Communist sonofabitch. I shot people like you in the Second World War." King, standing right behind Bradbury, had replied, "And maybe I shot githorns like you." They went outside and "I put Bradbury in the hospital," King remembered.
And He shouts, "It's that sonofabitch," as He does it.
It's one of those ostensibly insulting endearments which, like "you old sonofabitch" among close friends, signals a bond so close that, in what anthropologist Gregory Bateson calls a play frame, it can withstand an insult--indeed, be strengthened by it.
"Wouldn't you love to see one of these NFL owners," he said, "when somebody disrespects our flag, to say 'Get that sonofabitch off the field right now.
sonofabitch" (ND, 455) parallels Croft's superior contempt
So long as you let me take out every ISIS sonofabitch there, I don't care what you do to them rebels.
In a confrontation at a VFW Hall, a drunk called Wright a "commie sonofabitch" and Wright, the former Golden Glover, decked his antagonist with seven quick punches.
"That's a mean sonofabitch woman that can be laying over four people and say"--he paraphrased her now-infamous response to hostile congressional questioning on the deaths of four Americans in Libya--'"What the hell difference did it make?'" He was against Clinton because of Whitewater.