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bollix

bollix

verb bol·lix \ˈbä-liks\

: to make mistakes in doing (something) : to upset or ruin (something)

Full Definition of BOLLIX

transitive verb
:  to throw into disorder; also :  bungle —usually used with up
bollix noun

Examples of BOLLIX

  1. That delay has bollixed our schedule.

Origin of BOLLIX

alteration of bollocks
First Known Use: 1937

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