bungles

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plural of bungle
third-person singular of bungle
bungle
to execute clumsily
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{n} a botch, bad work, clumsiness
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{v} to do clumsily or badly, to botch
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make a mess of, destroy or ruin; "I botched the dinner and we had to eat out"; "the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement"
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If you bungle something, you fail to do it properly, because you make mistakes or are clumsy. Two prisoners bungled an escape bid after running either side of a lamp-post while handcuffed. the FBI's bungled attempt to end the 51 day siege. = botch Bungle is also a noun. an appalling administrative bungle. + bungling bun·gling a bungling burglar. to fail to do something properly, because you have made stupid mistakes - used especially in news reports (Perhaps from a language)
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spoil by behaving clumsily or foolishly; "I bungled it!
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To botch up, bumble or incompetently perform a task
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A clumsy or awkward performance; a botch; a gross blunder
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A botched or incompetently handled situation
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spoil by behaving clumsily or foolishly; "I bungled it!"
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an embarrassing mistake
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{i} failure; poor workmanship, inferior work
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To make or mend clumsily; to manage awkwardly; to botch; sometimes with up
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To act or work in a clumsy, awkward manner
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{f} botch, mismanage, screw up; do inferior work
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    [ 'b&[ng]-g&l ] (verb.) 1549. perhaps of Scandinavian origin; akin to Icelandic banga to hammer.

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