Meaning of FUCK in English
I. fuck 1 /fʌk/ BrE AmE verb taboo spoken
[ Date: 1400-1500 ; Origin: Probably from a Scandinavian language ]
1 . fuck you/it/them etc used to show that you are very angry at something or someone, or that you do not care about them at all:
Well, fuck you then. I’ll go on my own.
2 . [intransitive and transitive] to have sex with someone
3 . fuck me especially British English used when you think something is surprising or impressive
4 . go fuck yourself/himself/themselves etc used to show you are very angry with someone:
Why don’t you go fuck yourself!
fuck around phrasal verb
1 . to waste time or behave in a silly or careless way:
Will you two stop fucking around!
2 . fuck somebody around/about British English to make someone angry or annoyed by wasting their time:
Don’t fuck me around, OK?
fuck off phrasal verb
to go away – used especially to tell someone to go away in an extremely rude way
fuck somebody ↔ over phrasal verb American English
to treat someone very badly:
They’ll just fuck you over if you let them.
fuck up phrasal verb
1 . fuck somebody ↔ up to make someone very unhappy and confused so that they cannot live normally or have normal relationships ⇨ mess somebody up :
Heroin fucks you up.
2 . to make a mistake or do something badly ⇨ mess up :
You really fucked up this time.
fuck something ↔ up
I’m scared of fucking things up.
fuck with somebody phrasal verb
to annoy someone or make them angry ⇨ mess with somebody :
I wouldn’t fuck with Alfie if I were you.
II. fuck 2 BrE AmE interjection taboo
used when you are very annoyed about something:
Fuck! I’ve forgotten my keys!
III. fuck 3 BrE AmE noun taboo spoken
1 . the fuck used when you are angry or surprised to emphasize what you are saying:
Get the fuck off my property!
Shut the fuck up!
what/how/who etc the fuck
What the fuck do you think you’re doing?
2 . [countable usually singular] the act of having sex
3 . not give a fuck ( also not give a flying fuck American English ) to not care at all what happens
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. Longman - Словарь современного английского языка. 2012