Definition 1 of 2
Used frequently in anglo-english lingo to describe a (usually well-known) person in the second person.
Sometimes can be used in a curt tone, but rarely, if ever carries a profane connotation.
Equivalent to dude, machan
Not to be confused with traditional English usage, which is profane.
"Ey what man bugger, what's your problem?"
"Bugger, what's up da? Are you going to the pound party tonight?"
Added 2011-07-19 by thewanderingv
Definition 2 of 2
Term of camaraderie and affection between male friends. A colonial inheritance that is distinctly working class, bastard is used in exactly the same way among the higher classes.
I known that bugger since 'e was doing kaka in 'is pants men!
Added 2011-11-02 by Ninaji Shah Ta