bogy


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bogey

1. verb, golf To score one stroke over par on a single hole. I can't believe I bogeyed on that hole today. I did so much better last week, man—today is just not my day. I'll finish with a better score than you if you bogey the next hole too—just saying.
2. noun, golf A score of one stroke over par on a single hole. You had four strokes on that par three, right? So that's a bogey. I can't believe I got a bogey on that hole today. I did so much better last week, man—today is just not my day.
3. noun, slang A lump of dried mucus from one's nose; a booger. Primarily heard in UK. He pulled his finger out of his nose and wiped the bogey on the underside of his desk.
4. noun, military slang Unidentified or hostile aircraft. I've got a bogey on my six!

double bogey

golf
1. noun A score of two strokes over par on a single hole. You had five strokes on that par three, right? Oof, that's a double bogey. I can't believe I got a double bogey on that hole today. I did so much better last week, man—today is just not my day.
2. verb To score two strokes over par on a single hole. I can't believe I double bogeyed on that hole today. I did so much better last week, man—today is just not my day. I'll finish with a better score than you if you double bogey the next hole too—just saying.
See also: bogey, double
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