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feck it

1. An expression of indifference, apathy, or nonchalance. "Feck" here is a euphemistic, though still mildly vulgar, substitution for "fuck." Primarily heard in Ireland. You know what, feck it, I'm tired of waiting; let's go home.
2. An exclamation of dismay, exasperation, anger, or frustration. Primarily heard in Ireland. Ah, feck it! I can't find my keys anywhere! Feck it, I just had the car fixed and now you've put a dent in it!
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This is great, it's good for our confidence," said Feck.
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Vatican officials are already planning to transmit next Easter's Urbi et Orbe sermon with a 10 second delay in place in order to filter out the words : FECK
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