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bogart

Line breaks: bo¦gart
Pronunciation: /ˈbəʊɡɑːt
 
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Definition of bogart in English:

verb

[with object] informal , chiefly US
Selfishly appropriate or keep (something, especially a cannabis cigarette): don’t bogart that joint, my friend
More example sentences
  • Hell, I tell people that all the time so they don't bogart my joint.
  • Dude, don't bogart the platform.
  • So a broad driving a Mercedes is bogarting her way across traffic to make that important turn into the entrance closest to Bloomingdales.

Origin

1960s: from Bogart, Humphrey, who often smoked in films.

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