roger
interjection
1. (radio communications) 
a. entendido 
Zulu David Six Nine, you are cleared to taxi. - Roger!Zulu David Seis Nueve, está autorizado para rodar por la pista. - ¡Entendido!
transitive verb
2. (vulgar) (to have sex with) (United Kingdom) 
a. tirarse a (vulgar) 
Paul rogered a bird he met down the pub.Paul se tiró a una chica que conoció en un bar.
b. cogerse (vulgar) (Latin America) 
They've fallen out because Mark rogered his sister.Están reñidos porque Mark se cogió a su hermana.
Roger
proper noun
3. (name) 
a. Roger 
Roger is now taller than his older brother.Roger es más alto ahora que su hermano mayor.
b. Rogelio 
Why don't you invite Roger to the party?¿Por qué no invitas a Rogelio a la fiesta?
roger
transitive verb
1. (very fam) (United Kingdom) 
a. tirarse a 
b. cogerse a (Latin America) 
c. chingarse a (Mexico) 
roger [ˈrɒdʒəʳ]
transitive verb
joder (vulgar)
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