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Definition of "bodge" [bodge]

  • To do a clumsy or inelegant job, usually as a temporary repair; patch up; repair, mend (verb)
  • To work green wood using traditional country methods; to perform the craft of a bodger. (verb)
  • A clumsy or inelegant job, usually a temporary repair; a patch, a repair (noun)
  • The water in which a smith would quench items heated in a forge. (noun)
  • A four wheeled handcart used for transporting goods. Also a home made go-cart. (noun)

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Use "bodge" in a sentence
  • "This "bodge" seems to have helped the BlogVoices slowdown."
  • "My personal work around, although I hate this kind of bodge, is to create a string of length >"
  • "The steel is forged, milled of the superfulous, tempered & polished then you have something fine, though there is a lot of ways to totally bodge the process on the way."