English to Danish Meaning :: botch

Botch :
botch
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(1) A Canvey teacher stranded in Australia because of a bureaucratic botch has made the dramatic decision to stay there for good.(2) Soccer shoots-out make good theatre, too often arriving after highly-paid players have made a total botch of getting a result.(3) All his enemies somehow must botch their attempts to kill him.(4) He zips past at such a clip that I totally botch an attempted photo, which would only be a blur of U.S. Postal Service blue anyway.(5) I've probably made a botch of things(6) Who could have known the administration would botch it so badly?(7) As long as he doesn't break a leg or Ferrari doesn't make a huge botch of the 2003 car, then there's nothing to stop him.(8) But leave it to me to botch the one botch-proof task of a sportswriter.(9) Like all reshuffles, last week's will prove a botch .(10) Something tells us that the remake is going to be a botch .(11) And the few cases where the government had real evidence have been badly botched .(12) Another possibility is that it intended to provide a warning, but botched the job.(13) Not only botchers are concerned but also physicians of all clinical subjects, especially malpractice charges claiming a malpractice leading to death.(14) To expect Parliament to rush through complex legislation of this sort will result only in botch-ups , more amendments, and more problems in the administration of this important area of law.(15) He faces 20 allegations including drinking alcohol while on call, botched surgery and bungled use of equipment.(16) It's disconcertingly riddled with inconsistent spellings, clunky syntax and other editing botches .
Related Words
(1) botch up ::
botch op
(2) botch it ::
botch det
Synonyms
Noun
1. bloomer ::
Bloomer
2. boo-boo ::
boo-boo
3. bungle ::
Bungle
4. pratfall ::
pratfall
5. flub ::
flub
6. boner ::
boner
7. blunder ::
bommert
8. fuckup ::
fuckup
9. blooper ::
blooper
10. foul-up ::
foul-up
Verb
11. bungle ::
Bungle
13. mishandle ::
mishandle
14. make a mess of ::
forkludrer
16. make a hash of ::
lave en hash af
17. muff ::
muffe
18. fluff ::
fnug
21. flub ::
flub
Different Forms
botch, botched, botcher, botchers, botches, botching
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