jebać

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Polish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *jebati, from Proto-Indo-European *h₃yebʰ-. Cognate with Ancient Greek οἴφω (oíphō), Sanskrit यभति (yabhati).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈjɛ.bat͡ɕ/
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Verb[edit]

jebać impf

  1. (vulgar) to fuck; to have sex [+accusative = with someone]
    Będę cię jebać przez całą noc.
    I'm going to fuck you all night long.
  2. (vulgar) to stink [+instrumental = of something]
    Dlaczego tu jebie gównem?
    Why does it fucking reek of shit here?
  3. (vulgar) to fuck, to ignore, to dismiss [+accusative = something / someone]
    Wywalili mnie z pracy, ale jebać to.
    They fired me, but fuck that.
    Jebie mnie twoja sytuacja.
    I don't fucking care about your situation.
    Jebie mnie to.
    I don't give a flying fuck.
  4. (vulgar) to do in a wrong manner, to ruin, to fuck up [+accusative = something / someone]
    Kurwa, jebiesz całą robotę!
    Fuck, you are ballsing up all the work!
  5. (vulgar) to beat, to punch [+accusative = something / someone]
    Jeb go mocniej!
    Beat him harder!
  6. (vulgar) to mistake, to mix up [+accusative = something / someone]
    Stary, kurwa, jebiesz fakty.
    Fuck, bro, you're mixing things up.
  7. (vulgar) to make noise [+instrumental = with something / someone]
    Co on tak tam jebie tymi głośnikami?
    Why's he fucking making noise with loudspeakers over there?
  8. (vulgar) to throw [+instrumental = with something / someone]
    Jak ona się wkurwi, to jebie w niego z balkonu cegłami.
    When she becomes angry, she throws bricks at him from the balcony.
  9. (vulgar) to rant, to drone
    Jak przyszedł, to przez dwie godziny nie przestawał jebać o polityce
    When he came, he didn't stop ranting about politics for two hours.
  10. (vulgar) to affect in an unexpectedly sharp or overpowering manner, to hit, to strike
    Z pieca jebało tak, że aż rękawica mi się zapaliła.
    The heat from the furnace struck me such that my glove caught on fire.
    Cały dzień jebał śnieg.
    It was snowing heavily all day.
  11. (vulgar) to slave, to work hard
    Nie będę jebał za całą rodzinę!
    I will not slave for the whole family!
  12. (reflexive, vulgar) to fuck each other
    Widziałem, jak jebali się w samochodzie.
    I saw them fucking each other in the car.
  13. (reflexive, vulgar) to deal with something tedious or time-consuming
    Nie mam czasu jebać się z tymi papierami.
    I don't have the time to deal with this paperwork.
  14. (reflexive, vulgar) to break down; to go downhill; to go sour; to deteriorate
    Cały dzień mi się jebie.
    My whole day is fucking going pear-shaped.
  15. (reflexive, vulgar) to hit, to strike
    Zaczął jebać się nożem po głowie.
    He started to fucking hit himself in the head with a knife.

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Further reading[edit]

  • jebać in Polish dictionaries at PWN