(comparative more buggered, superlative most buggered)
- (slang) Broken; not properly functioning.
- Your telly is buggered, best get it fixed.
- It's well and truly buggered now; you may as well throw it out.
- (slang) In trouble; in a bad situation.
- The police caught you on CCTV, now you're really buggered.
- (UK, Australia, New Zealand, slang) Tired, worn-out, exhausted.
- You'll have to take over from here, mate, I'm completely buggered.
- simple past tense and past participle of bugger