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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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to move awkwardly or clumsily

to proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner

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It describes blunders in marketing, finance, human resources, supply chain and production, and business-to-government relationships, along with lessons learned.
The blunders range from referring Norway as "Norwegia" to publishing the old articles of the Philippine News Agency with editor's notes in the headlines.
"Mian Nawaz Sharif paid all the price of his political blunders himself, from his own pocket," he said in the exclusive interview.
Some of the blunders were that PCOO identified the late National Adviser and former Paranaque congressman as ''Rogelio'' Golez, his real first name as ''Roilo.'' Another recent boo boo was identifying Norway as ''Norwegia.''
The Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) may face a budget cut next year if it commits another blunder, Senator Sherwin Gatchalian warned on Monday.
The causes of success are not always to perform better but more important reasons are to stay safely away from committing blunders which PTI recently seems to loss this political acumen.
The causes of success are not always to perform better but more important reasons are to stay safely away from committing blunders. The way PTI supremo gave the statement in recent a interview that Noon League was helped by the Army in 2013 elections will cause rippling effects.
Errors, Blunders, and Lies: How to Tell the Difference
Abdulla Ibrahim conducted the lecture, stressing the importance for hospitals and health facilities to enforce premium standards so as to avert medical blunders.
3M IN ENERGY BILL BLUNDERS More than three million energy customers have been overcharged by their supplier in the past year because of billing blunders.
Aspecial indictment of business has become an annual ritual: Just before or just after the first day of a new year, an annual list of major business blunders appears.
THE NHS paid out more than pounds 420million in compensation for maternity blunders in the last 12 months...
Not long before his assassination, Gandhi wrote what he called the "seven blunders of humanity" on a paper and gave it to his grandson Arun.
The BSP leader said Monday that the current government made three major blunders in 2010.