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the "œu" part is the same sound in leur (their), sœur (sister), jeune (young).
And then you add an F, at the end.
But this is only when the word is singular: un œuf. If it is plural, it is spelt: œufs, but F (and the S) are now silent. So you just pronounce the "œu" part.
Please do not be so negative this form was made to have people's questions answered not to complain about your language, If you do not like French, then pick a new language, do not complain to us, we don't care.