botches, 3rd person singular present; botching, present participle; botched, past participle; botched, past tense;
Carry out (a task) badly or carelessly
the ability to take on any task without botching it
he was in a position to hire people, and he botched that up
a botched attempt to kill them
Patch or repair (an object or damage) clumsily
A bungled or badly carried out task or action
I've probably made a botch of things
blunder: an embarrassing mistake
make a mess of, destroy or ruin; "I botched the dinner and we had to eat out"; "the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement"
Botch was a four-piece mathcore band from Tacoma, Washington, that formed in 1993 and disbanded in 2002.
To botch in professional wrestling means to attempt a scripted move that does not come out as it was originally planned due to a mistake, miscalculation, or a slip-up. ...
An action, job, or task that has been performed very badly; A ruined, defective, or clumsy piece of work; mess; bungle; A mistake that is very stupid or embarrassing; A messy, disorderly or confusing combination; conglomeration; hodgepodge; To perform (a task) in an unacceptable or incompetent ...
[Deut.28: 27, 35] Swelling of the skin; large ulcerous affection.
To take something going well and have it turn wrong.
The name given in Deu 28:27, Deu 28:35 to one of the Egyptian plagues (Exo 9:9). The word so translated is usually rendered "boil" (q.v.).
a mistake or spot that does not go as planned. Ex. Jeff Hardy botched a lot of moves during his first stint in WWE.
A term for an exceptional (and potentially embarrassing) failure from a stress die roll.
When a planned move fails, it is called a 'botch'. For example, if a wrestler intends to pick up another wrestler in order to bodyslams them and accidentally drops them, or is unable to lift them, it's considered a botch.