Definition of botcher in English:

botcher

noun

informal
  • See botch

    • ‘The poem's indictment of Thetis as a botcher continues through her account of her failure to fully immortalize her son.’
    • ‘And check that there really is a metal, boxed keep; it's not unknown for a botcher to just make a hole in the wood of the frame and leave it at that.’
    • ‘This guy was a rookie and a botcher.’
    • ‘Not only botchers are concerned but also physicians of all clinical subjects, especially malpractice charges claiming a malpractice leading to death.’
    • ‘You are only buffoons, bunglers, botchers, cads, clowns.’

Pronunciation

botcher

/ˈbɒtʃə/