English to Welsh Meaning :: bungle

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Bungle :
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Noun(1) an embarrassing mistake
Verb(1) make a mess of, destroy or ruin(2) spoil by behaving clumsily or foolishly

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(1) Today we know of a new bungle which will deliver an average debt to Australian families of an additional $400 to $800.(2) Let's hope I don't bungle any of my assignments.(3) First, while not unreasonable, the assumption that we would bungle the task of assigning rationality is speculative.(4) The bungle has been branded ├ö├ç├┐dismal├ö├ç├û by a passenger group based in Manchester, which is calling on Network Rail and train companies to start planning ahead to make sure it never happens again.(5) It has also emerged that the cost of the huge bungle has risen still further, as red-faced officials have warned ministers that they are preparing to write off Ôö¼├║14.4m paid out during the fiasco.(6) The bungle is attributed to haste and sloppiness.(7) a government bungle over state pensions(8) Another strand involves three inept gangsters and a dog, who bungle every job they attempt, and whose dog you just know is going to become a crucial part of the plot.(9) She had to be dropped from the newcomer category last month after an eligibility bungle because she had already been shortlisted for best female in 2000, but lost out out to Sonique.(10) Red-faced council officers claim the bungle occurred only because they were trying to save taxpayers├ö├ç├û money.(11) The Government, when the bungle was first announced, estimated $500 million.(12) They claim the bungle may have helped to fuel the alarming childhood obesity crisis in the UK and associated problems such as heart disease and diabetes in later life.(13) Sky channel subscribers in York reacted angrily to the bungle , which could have led to monthly payments of Ôö¼├║9 being taken out of their accounts for the next two years.(14) Within the opening 30 minutes of play, about five goal attempts were bungled as the players misdirected shots that could have easily been placed into the nets.(15) On 18 March, government troops bungled an attempt to remove cannon placed on the heights of Montmartre, which provoked the feared rebellion.(16) One can only wonder how many men have actually been driven to murder their wives or girlfriends by the bungling ineffectiveness that passes for domestic violence industry methodology.
1. mishandle ::
yn camdrafod
4. spoil ::
5. ruin ::
6. blunder ::
7. botch ::
8. muff ::
9. fluff ::
10. make a hash of ::
gwneud hash o
13. flub ::
15. bloomer ::
16. boo-boo ::
17. pratfall ::
18. botch ::
19. flub ::
20. boner ::
21. blunder ::
22. fuckup ::
23. blooper ::
24. foul-up ::
Different Forms
bungle, bungled, bungles, bungling
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