Definition of bungler in English:


Line breaks: bun|gler
Pronunciation: /ˈbʌŋɡlə(r)


A person who habitually bungles things; an amateur: the government is evidently a bunch of bunglers
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  • However, when the crowds arrived on Saturday morning the USGA looked like incompetent bunglers to the 10,000 or so of paying punters trying to get into the Bridge Gate.
  • These Brits are either bunglers, incompetent, mean-spirited, or they have no minds of their own.
  • But these are bad times for organised crime in America - its popularity is down, and the public are more likely to view perpetrators as laughable bunglers rather than coldly efficient professionals.
informal mutt, butterfingers
British informal bodger, prat
North American informal jackleg, spud
archaic lurdan
(bunglers) British informal shower

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