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Detailed Translations for bungler from English to French

bungler:

bungler [the ~] nom

  1. the bungler (fly-by-night)
    le bricoleur
  2. the bungler (botcher)
    l'amateur; le bricoleur; le bousilleur; le gâte-métier
  3. the bungler (muddler; sad sack)
    le colificheur; le bousilleur; l'andouille; le drôle de type; le brimborion; le chiffon; la loque; le maladroit; le manchot; l'empoté; le gaffeur; le pauvre type; le pauvre diable
  4. the bungler (muddler; sad sack)
  5. the bungler (poor thing; poor devil; poor wretch)
    le malheureux; le pauvre malheureux; le pauvre diable; le pauvre type
  6. the bungler (muddler)
    le gâte-métier
  7. the bungler (poor soul; wretch; duffer; )
    le malheureux; le pauvre diable; le pauvre type

Translation Matrix for bungler:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
amateur botcher; bungler amateur; enthusiast; incompentent
andouille bungler; muddler; sad sack asshole; bastard; jerk; shithead
bousilleur botcher; bungler; muddler; sad sack botchers; cheapjack; petty dealer
bricoleur botcher; bungler; fly-by-night botchers; floater; handyman; jack-of-all-trades; odd-jobber
brimborion bungler; muddler; sad sack
chiffon bungler; muddler; sad sack cleaning-rag; cloth; coupon; daub; dollop; piece of cloth; piece of junk; piece of trash; polishing-cloth; rag; remains; scrap; tail-end; tatter; token; voucher
colificheur bungler; muddler; sad sack
drôle de type bungler; muddler; sad sack a character; a queer bird; chap; fellow; foreign chap; funny old bird; guy; lad
empoté bungler; muddler; sad sack blockhead; dolt; duffer; moron; wastrel
gaffeur bungler; muddler; sad sack
gâte-métier botcher; bungler; muddler blackleg; non-striker; scab; undercutter; underseller; willing worker
loque bungler; muddler; sad sack daub; dollop; piece of junk; piece of trash; rag; scrap; tatter
maladroit bungler; muddler; sad sack
malheureux bungler; duffer; poor devil; poor sod; poor soul; poor thing; poor wretch; wretch poor devils; poor fellow; poor wretch; unfortunate; wretch
manchot bungler; muddler; sad sack
menuisier qui travaille au riflard bungler; muddler; sad sack
pauvre diable bungler; duffer; muddler; poor devil; poor sod; poor soul; poor thing; poor wretch; sad sack; wretch Simple Simon; birdbrain; dolt; duffer; dunce; fat head; fathead; feather head; fool; idiot; ninny; nitwit; numbskull; oaf; poor fellow; poor wretch; rattle brain; rattle-brain; silly thing; simpleton; stupid; unfortunate; wretch
pauvre malheureux bungler; poor devil; poor thing; poor wretch
pauvre type bungler; duffer; muddler; poor devil; poor sod; poor soul; poor thing; poor wretch; sad sack; wretch poor fellow; poor wretch; unfortunate; wretch
- blunderer; botcher; bumbler; butcher; fuckup; fumbler; sad sack; stumbler
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
maladroit clumsy; loutish
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
empoté clumsy; fumbling; gawky; lanky; loutish
maladroit abstemious; ailing; awkward; boorish; clumsy; doltish; fumbling; gawky; ill-bred; impolite; maladroit; not very good; owlish; plump; poor; rude; stiff; uncivilised; uncivilized; uneasy; uneducated; unhandy; unmannerly; wooden
malheureux awful; disastrous; distressed; distressful; fatal; miserable; naseaus; pathetic; pitiful; rotten; unfortunate; wretched
manchot one handed

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Synonyms for "bungler":


Related Definitions for "bungler":

  1. someone who makes mistakes because of incompetence1

Wiktionary Translations for bungler:

bungler
noun
  1. one who makes mistakes

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
bungler maladroit kluns — een onhandig persoon
bungler bousilleur; incapable Stümperabwertend: Person, die auf einem Gebiet, auf dem sie tätig ist, nur wenige oder gar keine Kenntnisse hat

bungler form of bungle:

to bungle verbe (bungles, bungled, bungling)

  1. to bungle
    tripoter; niaiser; bricoler maladroitement; bousiller; gâcher
    • tripoter verbe (tripote, tripotes, tripotons, tripotez, )
    • niaiser verbe
    • bousiller verbe (bousille, bousilles, bousillons, bousillez, )
    • gâcher verbe (gâche, gâches, gâchons, gâchez, )
  2. to bungle (tinker)
    embrouiller; cochonner
    • embrouiller verbe (embrouille, embrouilles, embrouillons, embrouillez, )
    • cochonner verbe (cochonne, cochonnes, cochonnons, cochonnez, )
  3. to bungle (tinker)
    bousiller; gâcher
    • bousiller verbe (bousille, bousilles, bousillons, bousillez, )
    • gâcher verbe (gâche, gâches, gâchons, gâchez, )
  4. to bungle (botch)
    bricoler; tripoter
    • bricoler verbe (bricole, bricoles, bricolons, bricolez, )
    • tripoter verbe (tripote, tripotes, tripotons, tripotez, )
  5. to bungle (mess; muck up)
    gâcher; déconner
    • gâcher verbe (gâche, gâches, gâchons, gâchez, )
    • déconner verbe (déconne, déconnes, déconnons, déconnez, )

Conjugations for bungle:

present
  1. bungle
  2. bungle
  3. bungles
  4. bungle
  5. bungle
  6. bungle
simple past
  1. bungled
  2. bungled
  3. bungled
  4. bungled
  5. bungled
  6. bungled
present perfect
  1. have bungled
  2. have bungled
  3. has bungled
  4. have bungled
  5. have bungled
  6. have bungled
past continuous
  1. was bungling
  2. were bungling
  3. was bungling
  4. were bungling
  5. were bungling
  6. were bungling
future
  1. shall bungle
  2. will bungle
  3. will bungle
  4. shall bungle
  5. will bungle
  6. will bungle
continuous present
  1. am bungling
  2. are bungling
  3. is bungling
  4. are bungling
  5. are bungling
  6. are bungling
subjunctive
  1. be bungled
  2. be bungled
  3. be bungled
  4. be bungled
  5. be bungled
  6. be bungled
diverse
  1. bungle!
  2. let's bungle!
  3. bungled
  4. bungling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

bungle [the ~] nom

  1. the bungle (confused heap; mess; jumble; )
    le désordre; le bordel; le fatras; le barbouillage; la pagaille; le fouillis; le chaos; le gribouillage; le ramassis; le bousillage
  2. the bungle (botch job; shoddy work; bungling; bungling work)
    le bricolage; le bousillage; le brouillon; la pagaille; le bazar; la saletés; le gribouillage; le bâclage

Translation Matrix for bungle:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
barbouillage bungle; bungling; confused heap; heap; jumble; mess; muddle botching; bungling; cheating; daubing; fraud; mess; messing; messing about; muddling; staining; swindling
bazar botch job; bungle; bungling; bungling work; shoddy work bag and baggage; bazaar; caboodle; chaos; debris; fancy fair; hash; hotchpotch; junk-shop; mayhem; mess; mess up; muddle
bordel bungle; bungling; confused heap; heap; jumble; mess; muddle brothel; caboodle; chaos; confusion; debris; disorder; folly; fun; hash; high jinks; hilarity; joking; joy; joyfulness; labyrinth; lunacy; madness; mayhem; maze; merriment; mess; mirth; mix-up; muddle; nonsense; pleasure; pleasure house; rubbish; silliness; tangle; trash; trouble; welter; whorehouse
bousillage botch job; bungle; bungling; bungling work; confused heap; heap; jumble; mess; muddle; shoddy work bungling; cheating; fiddling; fraud; mess; messing; messing about; muddling; rummaging; swindling; tinkering; trouble
bricolage botch job; bungle; bungling; bungling work; shoddy work bungling; cottage industry; do it yourself work; fiddling; home crafts; home industry; messing; niggling; pottering; tampering; tinkering
bricoler doing odd jobs
brouillon botch job; bungle; bungling; bungling work; shoddy work annotation; chit; crumpled page; crumpled piece of paper; draft; fooling around; hassle; mentioning; mess up; messing about; messing around; note; report; rough book; rough draft; rough draft?; rough work; rough-copy book; scrap paper; scrawl; scribble; scribbling; short letter; slip of paper; statement
bâclage botch job; bungle; bungling; bungling work; shoddy work bungling; rummaging; trouble
chaos bungle; bungling; confused heap; heap; jumble; mess; muddle absence of order; chaos; confusion; disarray; disorder; labyrinth; maze; mess; mix-up; muddle; tangle; trouble; welter
désordre bungle; bungling; confused heap; heap; jumble; mess; muddle absence of order; anarchy; argument; caboodle; chaos; cheating; confusion; corruption; corruptions; debris; defalcation; disagreement; disarray; discord; disorder; disorderliness; disturbance; embezzlement; fencing; fraud; hash; interference; irregularity; labyrinth; malversation; malversations; mayhem; maze; mess; mix-up; muddle; swindle; swindling; tangle; trouble; unease about; welter
fatras bungle; bungling; confused heap; heap; jumble; mess; muddle
fouillis bungle; bungling; confused heap; heap; jumble; mess; muddle caboodle; chaos; debris; hash; mayhem; mess; muddle
gribouillage botch job; bungle; bungling; bungling work; confused heap; heap; jumble; mess; muddle; shoddy work draft; mess up; rough book; rough draft; rough work; rough-copy book
pagaille botch job; bungle; bungling; bungling work; confused heap; heap; jumble; mess; muddle; shoddy work absence of order; bustle; caboodle; chaos; confusion; daubing; debris; disarray; disorder; harping on; hash; hotchpotch; hustle; hustle and bustle; labyrinth; lumber; mayhem; maze; mess; mess up; messy performance; mix-up; moaning; muddle; nagging; omnium gatherum; staining; tangle; trouble; welter
ramassis bungle; bungling; confused heap; heap; jumble; mess; muddle hotchpotch; jumble; lumber; medley; mishmash; omnium gatherum
saletés botch job; bungle; bungling; bungling work; shoddy work daubing; fight; game of rough-and-tumble; mess up; romp; romping; smuts; staining
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bousiller bungle; tinker botch up; break; break down; break into pieces; break up; demolish; destroy; drag down; get down; mess around; mess up; muck up; potter; pull down; spoil; take down; tear down; tear loose; tinker; wreck
bricoler botch; bungle do odd jobs; fool about; fool around; idle; lounge about; lounge around; mess about; mess around; muddle; muddle on; potter; sit around; tinker; tinker at
bricoler maladroitement bungle
cochonner bungle; tinker blot; daub; fool about; fool around; idle; lounge about; lounge around; make blots; mess about; mess around; potter about; sit around
déconner bungle; mess; muck up idle; lounge about; lounge around; sit around
embrouiller bungle; tinker
gâcher bungle; mess; muck up; tinker be lost; be slovenly; be wrecked; botch up; corrupt; crash; debase; decay; degenerate; deprave; deteriorate; dissipate; fall into decline; fool about; fool around; get acid; go bad; make sour; meet an accident; mess; mess about; mess around; mess up; muck up; neglect; perish; pervert; rot; slop; sour; spill; spoil; squander; turn sour; waste
niaiser bungle potter; trifle
tripoter botch; bungle fiddle; fidget; fool about; fool around; fumble; mess about; mess around; muddle; muddle on; niggle; pick; potter about; tinker; twiddle
- ball up; blow; bodge; bollix; bollix up; bollocks; bollocks up; botch; botch up; bumble; flub; fluff; fumble; muck up; muff; screw up; spoil
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
brouillon bewildered; chaotic; complex; complicated; confused; difficult; diffuse; disconcerted; disordered; flustered; intricate; involved; mentally confused

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Synonyms for "bungle":


Related Definitions for "bungle":

  1. spoil by behaving clumsily or foolishly1
    • I bungled it!1
  2. make a mess of, destroy or ruin1

Wiktionary Translations for bungle:

bungle
verb
  1. to botch up, bumble or incompetently perform a task
bungle
verb
  1. Casser, détruire, mettre hors d’usage
  2. maçonnerie|fr délayer du plâtre, du mortier avec de l’eau.
  3. (familier, fr) échouer.