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fu·bar

 (fo͞o′bär′)
adj. Slang
Utterly botched or confused.

[f(ucked) u(p) b(eyond) a(ll) r(ecognition).]

fubar

(ˈfʊːbɑː) or

foobar

adj
slang irreparably damaged or bungled
[C20: acronym for f(ucked) u(p) b(eyond) a(ll) r(epair)]
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