Something more about bungle
Bungle can be broken down into saB+ jUNGLE for easier learning . To make a mess of everything is ‘to bungle’.
We usually come across someone in a team whose bungle leads to loss or failure.
– buhng-guh l
Meanings of Bungle
1. to work clumsily or ineptly
2. a botch up or blunder
3. an awkward and inadequate performance
Usage examples for bungle
1. The switch of character in the last rehearsal bungled the play.
2. He lacks any visible skill for this job, he’s bound to bungle it.
3. The movie we just saw was a bungle of technical errors.
– boggle, botch, inaccuracy, indiscretion, lapse,