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  • n  an embarrassing mistake
  • v  make a mess of, destroy or ruin
    I botched the dinner and we had to eat out

  • So the greatest art heist in American history may have been a botch, a tragedy so terrible that the thieves may have to destroy the very treasures they stole in order to conceal .
  • But as written by Peter Straughan (who also connived in the movie botch of the nonfiction book How to Lose Friends Alienate People) and directed by Grant Heslov (screenwriter on .
  • On the naturalistic level, Francis Coppola's film is a botch, a hoot.
News & Articles

  • Ranking the Worst Matches Ever to Air on Monday Night Raw
    Let's face it: Over the years, some absolutely abysmal matches have aired on Raw. Hilariously bad botches, horrible celebrity impersonators, kayfabe-breaking and JR's BBQ's all in here. And it's not pretty. Factoring in every match's awfulness, as well as how (un)fondly it is remembered by wrestling fans, here's a list of the worst bouts to ever air on WWE's flagship show. Enter if ...
    June 13, 2013 - Bleacher Report

  • Carl Icahn in MarketWatch
    There is no need to keep pointing out the mistakes I believe Yahoo made by not immediately taking a $33 offer made by Microsoft,Icahn wrote. "But one thing is clear -- Jerry Yang and the current board of Yahoo will not be able to 'botch...
  • Robert Menendez in BusinessWeek
    This isn't a closed case. Something caused the federal government to botch the Ringwood cleanup. Whether it was a racial issue or not, the inspector general should keep digging until we get to the bottom of this,New Jersey Sen. Robert...
  • Morgan Ensberg in
    I think the fans are entitled to keep that number,Ensberg said. "I don't want to botch it up."

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