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roger

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Pronunciation: /ˈrɒdʒə
 
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Definition of roger in English:

exclamation

1Your message has been received (used in radio communication): ‘Roger; we’ll be with you in about ten minutes.’
More example sentences
  • ‘Lioness 1-1, roger,’ replied Lauren in Lioness 1-1, the leader of the two F - 22s covering the north flank.
  • ‘Bay One, roger,’ I said and clicked off the radio.
1.1 informal Used to express assent or understanding: ‘Go light the stove.’ ‘Roger, Mister Bossman,’ Frank replied
More example sentences
  • ‘Roger, roger,’ Lily replied, just as distant-sounding as ever.
  • You go over to him, I'll observe what he'll do, roger?

verb

[with object] British vulgar slang Back to top  
(Of a man) have sexual intercourse with.

Origin

mid 16th century: from the given name Roger. The verb (dating from the early 18th century) is from an obsolete noun sense 'penis'.

Words that rhyme with roger

codger, dodger, lodger, todger

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