Banjax - definition of banjax by The Free Dictionary
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, ban·jax·es Chiefly Irish Slang
To ruin or destroy: "Having to pay for Emma's lodgings every week had completely banjaxed his finances" (Edna O'Brien).
informal US to ruin or destroy, often as a result of incompetence
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The undertaking was received for six years from Darryl William Collins (56) of Grove Road, Dromore in respect of his conduct as a director of Banjax
Limited (the Company).
Al-Sisi'd be a perfect president to banjax
The throng of Quee MacArthur's bass provided a sonorous and somehow profound backbeat, expertly picked up and sharpened by Garry Finlayson on banjo and banjax
-- a five-string electric banjo.