goofed up

goof up

1. To bungle something or make a mistake. Boy, I really goofed up that math problem. How did I get a negative number as my answer?
2. To cause someone to bungle something or make a mistake. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "goof" and "up." There was a mistake in her notes that really goofed me up and caused me to get a negative number as my answer.
See also: goof, up

goofed (up)

1. mod. messed up; out of order. All my papers are goofed up.
2. mod. confused; distraught. I was up too late last night, and now I’m all goofed up.
3. mod. high on drugs. Bob’s a little goofed up after partying too much.
See also: goof, up
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London, Jan 20 (ANI): Dev Patel, known for his role in Golden Globe winning 'Slumdog Millionaire', almost goofed up in front of Hollywood actress Anne Hathaway when she praised him for his part in the film.
Wainwright played tunes from ``Poses,'' including the inspiredly playful ``Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk'' and ``California'' (where he also goofed up, to his and the crowd's amusement), plus new songs from his upcoming CD ``Want.
If you really goofed up in public, you brought disfavor on your whole department and to some degree, made your boss look bad.