(duh-VEE-to) v. (transitive) 1. to completely screw up an otherwise managebale situation by garbling information, misrepresenting your abilities, or making assumptions one is not qualified to make. past tense "devitoed"
"We set up a projector to display DVD for the client, but it turned out they really needed internet access to display streaming web media. The clients facilitator really devitoed us."
by Tek1 April 21, 2006