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blunder

  
      n   (=mistake)   bourde    f     
→ damaged at birth by a hospital blunder        
→ Signing the agreement was a major blunder on the Prime Minister's part.        
→ I think he made a tactical blunder by announcing it so far ahead of time.        
→ George Bush made a terrible blunder by launching a trade war        
      vi  
   (=make a mistake)   faire une bourde  
to blunder badly      faire une grosse bourde  
→ Clearly, Sir Alec had blundered badly.        
   to blunder into sb/sth      buter contre qn/qch  
→ He had blundered into the table, upsetting the flowers.        
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
See also:

bounder, blue, blinders, blurred

Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
bourde ; gaffe ; boulette
[Fam.]
v.
se heurter
attention : se heurter et pas s'heurter : généré comment ?
n.
bévue
n.
impair
exp.
faire une grosse bourde
exp.
buter contre qn/qch
n.
tissu d'inepties
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'blunder' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
blunder
n.
blunder
n.
blunder
n.
police blunder
n.
blunder of the first order
v.
make a gaffe, make a blunder, make a wrong move inadvertently
v.
make a blunder
exp.
a police blunder
nm.
bloopers ; collection of blunders ; collection of howlers ; collection of out-takes
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