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bodge

(bɒdʒ)
vb
1. informal to make a mess of; botch
2. informal Austral to make or adjust in a false or clumsy way: I bodged the figures.
[C16: changed from botch]

Bodge

 a measure of oats [about half a peck].
Examples: bodge of beans, 1520; of oats.

bodge


Past participle: bodged
Gerund: bodging

Imperative
bodge
bodge
Present
I bodge
you bodge
he/she/it bodges
we bodge
you bodge
they bodge
Preterite
I bodged
you bodged
he/she/it bodged
we bodged
you bodged
they bodged
Present Continuous
I am bodging
you are bodging
he/she/it is bodging
we are bodging
you are bodging
they are bodging
Present Perfect
I have bodged
you have bodged
he/she/it has bodged
we have bodged
you have bodged
they have bodged
Past Continuous
I was bodging
you were bodging
he/she/it was bodging
we were bodging
you were bodging
they were bodging
Past Perfect
I had bodged
you had bodged
he/she/it had bodged
we had bodged
you had bodged
they had bodged
Future
I will bodge
you will bodge
he/she/it will bodge
we will bodge
you will bodge
they will bodge
Future Perfect
I will have bodged
you will have bodged
he/she/it will have bodged
we will have bodged
you will have bodged
they will have bodged
Future Continuous
I will be bodging
you will be bodging
he/she/it will be bodging
we will be bodging
you will be bodging
they will be bodging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bodging
you have been bodging
he/she/it has been bodging
we have been bodging
you have been bodging
they have been bodging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bodging
you will have been bodging
he/she/it will have been bodging
we will have been bodging
you will have been bodging
they will have been bodging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bodging
you had been bodging
he/she/it had been bodging
we had been bodging
you had been bodging
they had been bodging
Conditional
I would bodge
you would bodge
he/she/it would bodge
we would bodge
you would bodge
they would bodge
Past Conditional
I would have bodged
you would have bodged
he/she/it would have bodged
we would have bodged
you would have bodged
they would have bodged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.bodge - make a mess of, destroy or ruinbodge - make a mess of, destroy or ruin; "I botched the dinner and we had to eat out"; "the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement"
go wrong, miscarry, fail - be unsuccessful; "Where do today's public schools fail?"; "The attempt to rescue the hostages failed miserably"
Translations

bodge

[bɒdʒ] (Brit)
1. vtraffazzonare
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