botch / bɒtʃ /


botch2 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to spoil by poor work; bungle: He botched up the job thoroughly.
  2. to do or say in a bungling manner.
  3. to mend or patch in a clumsy manner.
n. 名词 noun
  1. a clumsy or poor piece of work; bungle: He made a complete botch of his first attempt at baking.
  2. a clumsily added part or patch.
  3. a disorderly or confused combination.

botch 近义词

v. 动词 verb



  1. And if you don't botch the interview, you're pretty much in.
  2. If you don't botch the questionnaire, you are summoned for a one-on-one interview with Pierre.
  3. If you don't botch the email, Pierre will send you a questionnaire-style application form.
  4. He'd botch it, as he's botched everything foreign-policy related in this campaign.
  5. I knowed twas Botch, without lookin, for it couldnt be nothin else.
  6. When Botch thunkwhen he got hard at ittwould give you the shivers.
  7. They wasnt no sea nor shore for Botch no more; they wasnt no earth, no heavens.
  8. Botch-work and bungling are inexcusable, as well in writing as in the transaction of business.
  9. I am at present here to botch up a piece of work, which was originally well imagined but badly executed.