Definition of fuck in English:



[WITH OBJECT]vulgar slang
  • 1Have sexual intercourse with (someone)

    sexual intercourse, intercourse, lovemaking, making love, sex act, sexual relations, anal penetration, sexual penetration, vaginal penetration
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    1. 1.1[no object] (of two people) have sexual intercourse.
  • 2Ruin or damage (something)


vulgar slang
  • 1An act of sexual intercourse.

    scoundrel, villain, rogue, rascal, brute, animal, weasel, snake, monster, ogre, wretch, devil, good-for-nothing, reprobate, wrongdoer, evil-doer
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    1. 1.1[with adjective] A sexual partner.


vulgar slang
  • Used alone or as a noun (the fuck) or a verb in various phrases to express anger, annoyance, contempt, impatience, or surprise, or simply for emphasis.


Despite the wideness and proliferation of its use in many sections of society, the word fuck remains (and has been for centuries) one of the most taboo words in English. Until relatively recently, it rarely appeared in print; even today, there are a number of euphemistic ways of referring to it in speech and writing, e.g., the F-word, f***, or f—k


  • (as) —— as fuck

    • vulgar slang Used for emphasis.

  • go fuck yourself

    • vulgar slang An exclamation expressing anger or contempt for, or rejection of, someone.

  • not give a fuck (about)

    • vulgar slang Used to emphasize indifference or contempt.

Phrasal Verbs

  • fuck around

    • 1Spend time doing unimportant or trivial things.

      1. 1.1Have sexual intercourse with a variety of partners.
      2. 1.2Meddle with.
  • fuck off

    • [usually in imperative](of a person) go away.

      go away, depart, leave, take off, get out, get out of my sight
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  • fuck someone over

    • Treat someone in an unfair or humiliating way.

  • fuck someone up

    • Damage or confuse someone emotionally.

  • fuck (something) up

    • Do something badly or ineptly.

      make a mistake, be wrong, be in error, be mistaken, mistake, make a blunder, blunder, be incorrect, be inaccurate, misjudge, miscalculate, get it wrong, get something wrong, get things wrong, bark up the wrong tree, get the wrong end of the stick, be wide of the mark
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Early 16th century: of Germanic origin (compare Swedish dialect focka and Dutch dialect fokkelen); possibly from an Indo-European root meaning strike, shared by Latin pugnus fist.