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foul up (something)

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phrasal verb with foul  us   /fɑʊl/ verb
to ​spoil or ​damage something, esp. by making a ​mistake or doing something ​stupid: I ​think antipollution ​devices really foul up a lot of ​engines. If you foul up, ​tell the ​president and ​correct it ​fast.
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