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botch up

rude slang To jumble up or ruin something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "botch" and "up." Boy, you really botched up this report—I'm not sure I can even fix it.
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botch something up

to mess something up; to do a bad job of something. You really botched this up. I did not botch up your project.
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botch up

v.
To make a mess of something because of mistakes or poor judgment: You've botched up that job and you'll have to start all over again. I won't try painting the chairs—I would just botch them up.
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Scottish Tories pensions spokesman Bill Bowman said: "This is yet another botched IT contract on the SNP's watch."
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The 15-year-old sought treatment at Kisii Level Five Hospital after the botched abortion when complications arose.
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The DHA has also banned the two doctors, involved in the botched surgery, from performing medical procedures.
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LAHORE -- The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday submitted a written reply to the International Cricket Council (ICC) over the botched cricket agreement on bilateral series between Pakistan and India.
A South Dakota surgeon has been sued for wrongly removing an Iowa woman's kidney during a botched surgery.
Luis Pardon underwent three surgeries in his quest to achieve his desired look as an elven 'beauty.' Unfortunately, all three failed to meet his expectations, as per his interview from the plastic surgery television show 'Botched' via People.
A row has erupted between relatives of Wanza Mulupi, the woman who died after a botched breast enlargement surgery.
Tearful Catherine McKendry says the home she shares with son James, who has cerebral palsy and epilepsy, has been ruined by the Fife-based builders who took PS28,000 before going under and leaving her with a botched extension.
I'M absolutely disgusted that the NHS has spent PS30million in the last five years on fixing botched cosmetic surgery for people who have had procedures abroad (Mirror, February 12).