Definition of bleurgh in English:

bleurgh

(also bleugh)

exclamation

British
informal
  • Used to express disgust.

    ‘bleurgh—just opened the fridge and it smells of gone-off chicken’
    ‘I can handle gore and everything but show me warts? Bleurgh!’
    • ‘Bleurgh don't like mince pies!’
    • ‘I hope it doesn't become a place for indolent students to leave their chewing gum - bleugh.’
    • ‘Just don't expect it to sound like all that overproduced semi-orchestral stuff (bleurgh) that's been on the rise.’
    • ‘Bleurgh … today I am mostly feeling grotty.’
    • ‘Just what I was thinking - walking corpse, bleurgh.’
    • ‘It was rank, sweet, bleurgh!’
    • ‘He is quite nice but that blue suit is a definite no no. And the shoes. Oh and the socks. Bleugh.’
    • ‘Flowers, chocolates, jewellery, perfume, yawn, snore, bleurgh: are typical Valentine's Day gifts beginning to feel a little bit tired?’

Origin

1960s: probably imitative of the sound of gagging or retching.

Pronunciation

bleurgh

/bləː/