Botch – meaning of the word and examples

To spoil by poor work; bungle (often followed by up). (

To do or say in a bungling manner. (

To mend or patch in a clumsy manner. (

To spoil something by doing it badly. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To foul up hopelessly —often used with up. (Merriam – Webster)

To put together in a makeshift way. (Merriam -Webster)

If you botch something that you are doing, you do it badly or clumsily. (Collins Dictionary)


Alabama Likely To Botch The Execution Of An Already Dying Man.

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