Spanish translation of botched
- [attempt, robbery, rescue]
⇒ a botched job
una chapuza (inf)
Example Sentences Including 'botched'
`So the break-in was arranged at the earliest possible moment... and botched.In Remembrance of Rose
With the botched Yorkshire Ripper investigation still hanging like an albatross around its neck, West Yorkshire was taking no chances.AFTERMATH (2001)
Or to find somewhere quiet where she could finish the job she'd botched the first time round?Night Sisters
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- (= crude repair)
chapuza (inf) f
⇒ to make a botch ofsee botchverb:transitive
- (also botch up)
hacer una chapuza de (inf)
⇒ to botch it
Example Sentences Including 'botch'
`A lot of us might not vote for the young cub again, I tell you, after that botch.A Time of War
I could botch the whole thing up by misunderstanding the message.Follow the Sharks
`When Garin asked me not to judge them all by their kinsman, I knew I'd made some sort of botch of my courtesies.A Time of War
Translation of botched from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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