blunder


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Synonyms for blunder

make a mistake

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  • be correct
  • get it right
  • be exact

stumble

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Synonyms for blunder

to move awkwardly or clumsily

to proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner

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Mr Tomos posted a photograph of the blunder on website Arwyddion Cymraeg Gwael (Poor Welsh Signs) with the comment: "Pel-droed robotaidd yn Wrecsam heddiw
The blunder, which caused a stir among netizens who branded PNA as the 'Pineapple News Agency,' only meant that the PNA has more readers to detect the error, according to Andanar.
The blunder occurred when the HSE Nimis (National Integrated Medical Imaging System) left out the "less than" symbol and could have led to many patients receiving unnecessary treatment, which is also very worrying.
Following the error passengers were swiftly redirected to the correct area and there was no border breach - but the airport admitted it was "disappointing" another blunder had occurred.
Camelot last night insisted they made the blunder known publicly "some time ago" but, in appeals to track down the missing millionaires last week, there was no mention of the mistake.
Global Banking News-August 1, 2014--Irish bank to waive charges following payments blunder
MORE drivers got the wrong fuel at a Tesco filling station yesterday - because of a blunder bosses thought they had fixed.
Perhaps it even may be our fundamental assumptions that lead us to perpetual blunder, such as the assumptions that business leaders and structures are capable of thinking ahead and are self-aware and self-correcting.
Sin is described in the Hebrew scriptures as "missing the mark," "moral blunder," "rebellion," "evil intent and actions.
As blunder number one, Stanishev assessed the actions of the Bulgarian Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, related to awiretapping and police brutality.
So the first blunder, in 1989, was abandoning the place without any rehabilitation or resettlement, (which) gave rise to Al-Qaeda and then the Taliban," he said.
Well you can see why, blunder after blunder has taken place on the pounds 4m project.
The Great Global Warming Blunder: How Mother Nature Fooled the World's Top Climate Scientists offers a simple explanation for why forecasts of a global warming Armageddon represent a major scientific blunder.
Vaughan, author of Railway Blunders, details the privatization of the UK railway industry in the 1990s and notes how this "biggest blunder" damaged the system through extreme political and economic dogma.
Any library strong in transportation or rail history will find THE GREATEST RAILWAY BLUNDER of interest: it covers the privatization of the 1990s--what the author considers the industry's 'greatest blunder'--but also provides history of British railway achievements, analyzing the process of privatization and its impact on the railway.