botch

US [bɑtʃ]
UK [bɒtʃ]
  • n.拙劣的工作;粗拙的补缀;〔英方〕疮;脓疱
  • v.修补;笨手笨脚地弄坏;搞坏了事情
  • Web做事拙劣;拙笨地修补;糟蹋
Present Participle:botching  Past Tense:botched  Simple Present:botches  
botch
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v.
1.
(informal)
~ sth (up)
笨拙地弄糟(某事物)to spoil sth by doing it badly
He completely botched up the interview.
他面试表现得糟透了。
The work they did on the house was a botched job.
他们整修房子做得一塌糊涂。
n.
1.
(informal)
拙劣的工作;粗制滥造的活儿a piece of work or a job that has been done badly
I've made a real botch of the decorating.
我的装潢工作做得实在是糟糕。

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