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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbodgebodge /bɒdʒ $ bɑːdʒ/ (also bodge up) noun [singular]  spokenMISTAKE a mistake, or something that is not as good as it should bebotch The builders have made a complete bodge of the kitchen.bodge verb [transitive]
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bodgeAlthough it was conceived as a speculative building project, it was not a bodge.Well it would have to be another bodge up; she couldn't afford to get a builder in.
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