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Deriving from the golf term for an extra stroke over par.
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The UK's word for booger
You have bogey up ya nose.
1. A cigarette.
2. An enemy.
1. "Got any bogey's?"
2. "He my bogey."
An aeriral radar contact that has not yet been confirmed as hostile.
All right checkerboard squadron, Watch those Bogeys, if they try to engage, take 'em out.
1. A dried and usually tasty snack to be found in ones nasal passage.
2. One over par on a golf hole.
3. An enemy fighter plane.
4. A homemade go-cart (soapbox racer in america) with no engine or brakes and very little steering, used for getting to the bottom of hills quickly and dangerously
1. Dave picked his nose and chowed down on a tasty bogey!
2. Par 3 hole, you get a 4, thats a bogey.
3. Charlie, Charlie. 9 O'clock, there's a bogey on my tail.
4. Timmy was a little nervous at the top of death hill as the bogey he had made with his father was less than roadworthy.
"Got and bogeys"
"I need to go get a pack of bogeys"
A golf score.
One stroke over par.
It took Tiger Woods 5 strokes to knock the ball in the whole on a par 4. That is a bogey.