Definition of Bodge. Meaning of Bodge. Synonyms of Bodge

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Definition of Bodge

Bodge
Bodge Bodge, n. A botch; a patch. [Dial.] --Whitlock.
Bodge
Bodge Bodge, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Bodged.] To botch; to mend clumsily; to patch. [Obs. or Dial.]
Bodge
Bodge Bodge, v. i. See Budge.

Meaning of Bodge from wikipedia

- of the word "bodged", means to "boggle". According to Johnson "boggle" is another word for hesitate. Other definitions of the word bodge taken from Robert...
- George Madison Bodge (February 14, 1841 - July 17, 1914) was an American author and historian best known for his study of King Philip's War. He also wrote...
- Jugaad roughly corresponds to do-it-yourself (DIY) in the US, hacking or a bodge in the UK, urawaza (裏技) in ****anese, tapullo in Italy, zìzhǔ chuàngxīn (自主创新)...
- UK Singles Chart. The song features drumming from young musician Chris "Bodge" Dunkley, who had made a name for himself on the Hexham jazz scene. A music...
- and have resorted to inferior contemporary methods such as the Windows bodge of using three letter extensions for identifying the file type. Thompson...
- Channel 4's A Place in the Sun and also co-presented Cowboy Builders & Bodge Jobs for Channel 5 in 2015. After gaining A-Levels at Dartford Grammar School...
- 2018: Salty Thunder Racing - 1986 Pontiac Fiero ****-Freeze-Apalooza 2018: Bodge Engineering - 1991 Sterling_(marque) 827SL 'Shine Country Cl****ic 2019:...
- 2015-17 Reign Lord Gideon Blackburn 28 Episodes 2015 Catching Milat David 'Bodge' Milat 2 Episodes 2016 Molly Shirley Strachan Bringing Our Stories Home...
- series made up of ten eight-minute episodes entitled Podge & Rodge's TV Bodges for BBC Prime. It was a collection of TV mishaps akin to It'll be Alright...
- Also kluge. [J. W. Granholm's jocular invention: see first quot.; cf. also bodge v., fudge v.] 'An ill-****orted collection of poorly-matching parts, forming...
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