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Noun: bobble  bó-bul
  1. [N. Amer] (baseball) the momentary juggling of a batted or thrown baseball
    "the second baseman made a bobble but still had time to throw the runner out"
  2. [Brit] A small ball of wool or other fabric, esp. as used as a decoration on a hat
Verb: bobble  bó-bul
Usage: N. Amer
  1. Make a mess of, destroy or ruin
    "I bobbled the dinner and we had to eat out";
    - botch, bodge [Brit, informal], bumble, fumble, botch up, muff [informal], blow, flub [N. Amer, informal], screw up [informal], spoil, muck up [informal], bungle, fluff [informal], mishandle, louse up [informal], foul up, mess up, butcher, goof up [informal], cock up [Brit, informal], balls up [informal], make a hash of [informal]

Derived forms: bobbles, bobbled, bobbling

Type of: bloomer [informal], blooper [N. Amer, informal], blue [Austral, NZ, informal], blunder, boner [N. Amer, informal], boob [Brit, informal], boo-boo [informal], botch, bungle, fail, flub [N. Amer, informal], foul-up, go wrong, goof [informal], miscarry, pratfall [informal]

Encyclopedia: Bobble