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hash sth up

UK informal phrasal verb with hash /hæʃ/ verb
to spoil something by doing it badly 把…搞砸 The first interview was all right but I rather think I hashed up the second one. 第一次面试还可以,可我觉得第二次面试搞砸了。 Failing and doing badly
Translations of “hash sth up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 把…搞砸…
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