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There is a line

Though it may take all friggen day

in a song "My World" by Avril Lavigne, and I can't find any translation/meaning for the word "friggen". Do you know anything about this word?

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    What did you find when you searched for its meaning and why didn’t that help? – ColleenV Aug 20 at 21:02
  • @ColleenV after getting no result from google translate I went to ELL to ask this question. I'm sorry. I had to perform better search. – sanyash Aug 21 at 8:13
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    @sanyash It helps us to know what you searched for and what the results were. I got results when I searched for "friggen". I'm not sure why you didn't get any. – ColleenV Aug 21 at 10:57
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    You should include that information in your question. – ColleenV Aug 21 at 18:17
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https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/whether-you-say-freakin-friggin-or-frickin-depends-on-where-youre-from

In this case, it's used as a softened version of the F-word.

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    It is a euphemism. – Lambie Aug 20 at 22:40
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    Also "frack", "fark", and "frell" depending on how much of a nerd you are. – Andrew Aug 20 at 23:23
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    What is “the f-word” you’re referring to? As long as it isn’t in a title and it isn’t gratuitous, vulgar words are OK to write out. It’s helpful to extract the most relevant parts of the article you’re linking to and quote it in your answer so that readers don’t have to go to another site to understand your answer. It also prevents your answer from becoming useless if the linked article changes or is removed by the other site. – ColleenV Aug 21 at 18:20
  • The discussion about coarse language has been moved to chat. – ColleenV Aug 22 at 12:57

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