Detailed Translations for botch from English to Spanish


to botch verb (botches, botched, botching)

  1. to botch (bungle)

Conjugations for botch:

  1. botch
  2. botch
  3. botches
  4. botch
  5. botch
  6. botch
simple past
  1. botched
  2. botched
  3. botched
  4. botched
  5. botched
  6. botched
present perfect
  1. have botched
  2. have botched
  3. has botched
  4. have botched
  5. have botched
  6. have botched
past continuous
  1. was botching
  2. were botching
  3. was botching
  4. were botching
  5. were botching
  6. were botching
  1. shall botch
  2. will botch
  3. will botch
  4. shall botch
  5. will botch
  6. will botch
continuous present
  1. am botching
  2. are botching
  3. is botching
  4. are botching
  5. are botching
  6. are botching
  1. be botched
  2. be botched
  3. be botched
  4. be botched
  5. be botched
  6. be botched
  1. botch!
  2. let's botch!
  3. botched
  4. botching
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for botch:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
actuar con torpeza botch; bungle bungle; flounder
chapucear botch; bungle bungle; cheat; clearly define; con; define; demarcate; fence; fence in; fence off; fiddle; fool about; fool around; fumble; make a mess; map out; mark out; mess; mess about; mess around; monkey; muck; muck up; muddle; muddle on; outline; slop; spill; swindle; tinker; trace out
entretenerse botch; bungle
farfullar botch; bungle fool about; fool around; fumble; gabble; hang loosely; jabber; mess about; mess around; muddle; muddle on; mumble; speak thickly; splutter; talk drunk; tinker
hacer mal botch; bungle aggrieve; be disadvantuous; bring evil upon; cause damage; cause disadvantage; cause injury; cause someone sorrow; cheat; clearly define; con; damage; defamate; define; demarcate; do harm; do wrong; do wrongly; dodge; fence; fence in; fence off; harm; harm somebody; hurt; hurt someone's feelings; infringe; injure; lie; map out; mark out; mess; mess about; misbehave; muddle; muddle on; offend; outline; slander; slop; spill; swindle; tinker; trace out; transgress; violate; wreak evil
- ball up; blow; bodge; bollix; bollix up; bollocks; bollocks up; botch up; bumble; bungle; flub; fluff; fumble; muck up; muff; screw up; spoil

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Related Definitions for "botch":

  1. make a mess of, destroy or ruin1
    • I botched the dinner and we had to eat out1

Wiktionary Translations for botch:

  1. a mistake that is very stupid or embarrassing
  2. a ruined, defective, or clumsy piece of work; mess; bungle
  3. An action, job, or task that has been performed very badly
  1. to do something without skill, without care, or clumsily
  2. to perform (a task) in an unacceptable or incompetent manner

Cross Translation:
botch chapucería; mamarrachada Murksumgangssprachlich: Arbeit mit schlechtem, fehlerhaftem oder unordentlichem Ergebnis
botch arruinar; chapucear; chafallar gâcher — maçonnerie|fr délayer du plâtre, du mortier avec de l’eau.

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