Botchery



to spoil by poor work; bungle (often followed by up):
He botched up the job thoroughly.
to do or say in a bungling manner.
to mend or patch in a clumsy manner.
a clumsy or poor piece of work; mess; bungle:
He made a complete botch of his first attempt at baking.
a clumsily added part or patch.
a disorderly or confused combination; conglomeration.
verb (transitive) often foll by up
to spoil through clumsiness or ineptitude
to repair badly or clumsily
noun
Also called botch-up. a badly done piece of work or repair (esp in the phrase make a botch of (something))
v.

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