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Q&A: Can you, please, tell me as many English expressions as you can think of, meaning “a job poorly done?” or…?

By admin - Fri Jul 20, 9:59 pm

Question by mrquestion: Can you, please, tell me as many English expressions as you can think of, meaning “a job poorly done?” or…?
“something that doesn’t make any sense”. For example, the expression “fara cap si fara coada” in my language (word for word translation: “without a head and without a tail”) is close to what I am looking for, but I need an equivalent expression in English. “Without a head and without a tail” also means that a job is done without a plan, it is chaotic.
Thank you .

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  1. 0

    half-assed

  2. 0

    There is a similar English saying.

    “I can’t make head nor tail of this.”

    Meaning that the person can’t understand it at all.

  3. 0

    you did that in slap-dash fashion
    you did a rushed piece of work
    you did a botch

  4. 0

    these things just don’t add up
    there’s no rhyme or reason

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