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to blunder badly exp.
faire une grosse bourde

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
buter contre qn/qch
bourde ; gaffe ; boulette
se heurter
attention : se heurter et pas s'heurter : généré comment ?
à quel point ; dans quelle mesure
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      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        
   (=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.        
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bounder, blue, blinders, blurred

"to blunder badly": examples and translations in context
Ottawa continues to blunder its way into the future in its British Columbia operations. Ottawa continue d'avancer à tâtons dans ses activités en Colombie-Britannique.
His greatest weakness is a tendency to blunder. Sa plus grande faiblesse est une tendance au dérapage.
No, because you prefer to blunder in without thinking or looking, good old ham-fisted Rhys. Tu préfères réfléchir après. Rhys le bon vieux maladroit.
Otherwise we are going to blunder on, and we'll fall further behind our major partners. Sinon, nous allons piétiner et prendrons encore plus de retard sur nos principaux partenaires.
Mr. Speaker, speaking of funerals, this Prime Minister is acting like a mere onlooker as his ministers continue to blunder. Monsieur le Président, en parlant de funérailles, ce premier ministre agit comme un simple spectateur devant les gaffes de ses ministres.
We sitting in opposition at the time watched a government that stumbled from blunder to blunder. Depuis les banquettes de l'opposition, nous avons vu le gouvernement accumuler bévue sur bévue.
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