|mend, patch; botch||bodge|
|(Dermatology) skin disorder characterized by bluish-black patch on skin due to congestion; discoloured mark or patch on the skin||livedo|
|(Slang) make a stupid mistake, make a mess of; waste time; act in a playful or foolish manner, (Slang) stupid person, fool; stupid mistake, blunder, botch, make mistake, unintelligent person||goof|
|accommodations for guest or patient, area of sea with shellfish, fix into surrounding surface, form layer, furniture on which to sleep, ground under water, have sexual intercourse with somebody, layer of food, layer of rock, mattress, patch of soil, pi...||bed|
|act of fiddling with something, be traveling pot mender, fiddle with, handle something unskillfully, mender of pots pans and other household utensils; one skilled in various mechanical jobs, jack of all trades; bungler, patch, fix a household utensil, ...||tinker|
|act of fixing, correction, act of mending, act of going somewhere, atone for something, condition of something, fix or mend something, correct a problem or malfunction, go somewhere, job of mending something, meeting place, repaired item, restore relat...||repair|
|alloy for joining metal, fuse two metal surfaces together with solder; join, unite, fuse; mend, fix; become united, join things with solder, metal or metallic alloy used to join two metal objects; something which joins or unites, something that unites,...||solder|
|amend a program using a patch, area of control, area of fabric used to repair a hole; stain; bandage; lot, plot of land; small repair to a program which adds or changes only a small part of the program (Computers), artificial beauty spot, connect a cal...||patch|
|be covered with callouses, be covered with patches of hardened skin, hardened area of skin, mass formed in healing bone, patch of thickened skin, plant tissue||callus|
|beak, metal writing tip of pen, sharp point, sharpen; make a point; furnish with or mend the point of a pen, tip of pen; bird beak; sharp point||nib|
|become hard, become roughened; make hard or rough, make callous, hard; unfeeling, hardhearted, patch of hardened skin||callous|
|bird with a rose-red patch||rose-breasted grosbeak|
|botch something, botcher, brutal killer, kill animal for food, kill people brutally, slaughter (an animal); murder indiscriminately, meat cutter, meat slaughterer, owner of a meat shop; murderer, meat seller||butcher|
|botch, mismanage, screw up; do inferior work, failure; poor workmanship, mistake, spoil something||bungle|
|change into fluff; make fluffy, shake or puff out (hair, feathers, etc.); botch, make a mistake; become fluffy, do badly, downy fuzz, light balls of thread, nonsense, raise feathers, shake so as to insert air, soft and fuzzy particle or mass; something...||fluff|
|clear patch in culture, deposit on surface of teeth, inscribed metal or stone, layer of bacteria accumulated on the teeth, plate, tablet board; honorary tablet, commemorative plate (usually bearing an inscription), small patch, small pin or brooch||plaque|
|cloth shoulder patch showing military rank, shoulder strap||shoulder board|
|clothing fabric, fur of a mole; type of twilled cotton fabric, fur of the mole, moleskin clothing, protective patch||moleskin|
|congenital deviation of the skin, pigmented patch of skin, birthmark, mole (Medicine)||nevus|
|container, former U.K. unit of volume, large amount, measure of capacity for grains or fruit, mend clothing, U.S. unit of volume||bushel|
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