I searched it up and haven’t found an explanation BUT it seems to be slang for bjuda (offer/invite) in the context of offering food to someone 🤔 I don’t recommend using Bjukka tho since it seems to not really be something used
Bjucka på is a slang word and another way to say “bjuda på”, and it means to offer something. If the person said “alkohol som pappa bjuckat på”, then it means that their father had offered them/given them alcohol. Spelling it like bjukka is not correct but it’s understandable even though it’s supposed to be ck, since we don’t have double k’s in swedish. :)
No problem! Slang is often hard when learning new languages, haha. I didn’t know bjucka wasn’t a well-known term to Swedes until just now? If you have any other slang (or other swedish) questions, don’t hesitate to ask! :)
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