Describing a planned action gone terribly wrong.
He was killed in a botched robbery attempt.
To ruin, or render a software installation usless, by cancelling a simple operation.
I just botched my Norton Internet Security because I tried stopping the virus scan before it was complete.
to fail completely at something or get owned in one way or another
While jamie was walking he tripped and fell and got botched big time
Botched is a alternative word for fixed, first said by grant hall but pioneard by matthew brasier
Guy: omg the lights broke
Girl: here's a light bulb