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The meaning of Foozled

ˈfuːz(ə)l

Foozled – definition

verb

Botch; bungle.

Usage examples:

Sliced approach shots and foozled putts
noun

A clumsy or botched attempt at something, especially a shot in golf.

Usage examples:

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Foozled translation into English

Foozled: translate from English into Chinese

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糊涂了

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Bedrogen

Foozled: translate from English into French

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Trompé, Travailler sans perfection

Foozled: translate from English into German

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Verarscht

Foozled: translate from English into Hindi

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मूर्ख, बिगाड़ना, बिगाड़ देना, बिगाड़ करना, ख़राब करना

Foozled: translate from English into Italian

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Imbrogliato

Foozled: translate from English into Korean

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어리둥절한, 서투른 짓을 하다

Foozled: translate from English into Russian

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Обманутый, Делать неудачный удар, Делать кое-как

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Engañado

Word origin

mid 19th century: from German dialect fuseln ‘work badly’; compare with fusel oil.

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