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Stands for Fucked Up Beyond All Recognition!!! being wasted, bashed up, totally smashed out of your head, drunk/drugged up to where reality has no meaning!! also can be being beaten to a pulp by one or more people!
Im sooooo FUBAR!!! (swaying all over the place)

Whoaaaa his face is FUBAR( looking down on a assualted person)
by Earl 'The Doc' Jesse June 17, 2007
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F.U.B.A.R. is an acronym for:

1. F*cked up beyond all reason.
2. F*cked up beyond all recognition.
3. F*cked up beyond all repair.

See fuck

All usage derived from the military.
1. This mission is FUBAR.
2. He got hit with a mortar and now he's FUBAR.
3. Holy shit! That tank's FUBAR.
by Jack. December 08, 2003
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2.
F*cked up beyond all recognition.
This stuff is simply FUBAR.
by C.E. February 06, 2003
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3.
short form of "Fucked up beyond all recognition", but also a misunderstandment of the german word "furchtbar", which means horrible or frightening.
"This situation ist Fubar!"

"Das ist furchtbar!"
by Nils May 31, 2004
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4.
Military slang from WWII, fubar is an acronym for "fucked up beyond all recognition".
"the house was completely fubar."
by Lee Shapiro January 30, 2006
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5.
Fucked up beyond all recognition
The guy in the accident is Fubar.
by Mike April 08, 2003
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6.
Fucked up beyond all recognition/ repair.
A possible suffix: Bundy
Bundy: But Unfortunately Not Dead Yet
he took the grenade hard and now hes Fubar Bundy
by Shadee February 28, 2004
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acronym: Fucked up beyond all recognition.
situation: crew of 8 is being told about an airplane crash. Some dumbass had the great idea of welding a couple steel plates to the bottom of the plane to protect the general from ground fire. unfortunately the dumbass didnt tell the officer in command untill they were airborn. they crashed and 31 died.
Fish: FUBAR
Caparzo: FUBAR
Mike: FUBAR
Jackson: Ya'll got that right. (nods head)
Uppham: I couldn't find FUBAR in the German dictionary, can you just tell me what it means?
by Oliver Quidgeums May 18, 2006
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