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botched

adjective uk   /bɒtʃt/  us   /bɑːtʃt/ (UK also bodged)
used to describe something, usually a job, that is done badly: Our landlord redecorated the bedroom, but it was such a botched job that we decided to redo it. Thousands of women are infertile as a result of botched abortions.
Translations of “botched”
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指工作)一團糟的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指工作)一团糟的…
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