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01:22 Aug 11, 2006
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English to Portuguese translations [PRO]
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English term or phrase: fudding
I am fudding myselg stupid.
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'I'm aching for your big purple-headed womb-ferret,' and then go straight in hard, like, 'Get 'round here 'cause I'm fudding myself stupid and I'm bloody loving it.' Right?"
Marcella Lang
New Zealand
Local time: 11:15

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4 +1embebedar-se, encher a cara, intoxicar-se
Isabel Moreno Bueno
4fud =fear uncertainty and doubt

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embebedar-se, encher a cara, intoxicar-se

fud·dle v. fud·dled, fud·dling, fud·dles. --tr. 1. To put into a state of confusion; befuddle. See Synonyms at confuse. 2. To make drunk; intoxicate. --intr. 1. To drink; tipple. --fud·dle n. A state of confusion or intoxication. [Origin unknown.]

Isabel Moreno Bueno
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fud =fear uncertainty and doubt

FUD has also come to mean frustrate, undermine and demoralize

    Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fud
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