Botch A Job




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Botch A Job : Phrases



Meaning:

Repair badly.


Example:

Don't
botch this job - you've only got one chance for your parachute to open.


Origin:

n old England, bodgers were peasant chairmakers. They produced, by traditional handicraft methods, simple and serviceable objects. When chairmaking was transformed into high art, the bodger was correspondingly downgraded to
bodge or botch which came to mean an item or service of poor quality.


























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