1.When placed before an adjective it describes the severity or intensity.
2. When used alone, it depends on context. Usual translations are...
Ex2: That was decidedly unsvg.
Vomiting, lack of commitment, vertigo, heighten sexual prowess, unexplainable lesions, itching, confusion, general lack of interest, spontaneous combustion, migraines, and a highly addictive urge to sing emo rock songs have been know to occur. Liver failure, weight fluctuation, and profuse sweating have been proven in male case studies.
Consult with your physician if prolong exposure is planned.
: not so good, I caught a case of the SVG.
:man, I had that last year, how's the rash?
1. denotes emphasis, usually in a positive or mock-positive light; the precise quality that is being emphasized is generally dependant upon context
Svg is very often used sarcastically.
Person Two: Dude! Svg!
Person One: <relates a story of woe and bad luck>
Person Two: Wow, that was a svg mise.