botched

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botched \Prononciation ?\

  1. Gâché, raté, bâclé.
    • The conventional view is that the Tiananmen massacre was the logical culmination of a botched reform process, which halted halfway, and was fundamentally unsuccessful. — (Peter Nolan, State and Market in the Chinese Economy: Essays on Controversial Issues, chapitre 6 (« Reforming Stalinist Systems: The Chinese Experience »), page 175. Macmillan, 1993.)
    • A series of public-relations disasters, culminating in the botched dismissal of popular announcer Ernie Harwell, irritated its most loyal followers. — (Patrick Joseph Harrigan, The Detroit Tigers: Club and Community, 1945-1995, page 226. University of Toronto Press, 1997.)
    • She was sixty when she died from some kind of botched surgery. — (Amy Hoffman, Hospital Time, page 129. Duke University Press, 1997.)
    • Expert headsmen were highly prized—by the victim most of all—since a botched blow could result in enormous pain. — (Michael Kronenwetter, Capital Punishment: A Reference Handbook, chapitre « Facts and Statistics », section « Beheading or Decapitation », page 202. ABC-CLIO, collection « Contemporary World Issues », 2001.)
    • The US government's first attempt to map carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere from space ended early on Tuesday after a botched satellite launch from California, officials said. (Reuters, février 2009)

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botched

  1. Participe passé et prétérit de to botch.