Translation of "botch" - English-Spanish dictionary

botch

verb uk /bɒtʃ/ us /bɑtʃ/ also botch up

to spoil something by doing it badly

fastidiar
a botched robbery
noun uk /bɒtʃ/ us /bɑtʃ/

something that is spoiled by being done badly

chapuza
The company made a series of botches before it went bankrupt.

(Translation of “botch” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)