bodger

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Etymology[edit]

bodge +‎ -er

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Noun[edit]

bodger (plural bodgers)

  1. A woodworker in the traditional style characterised by the use of hand tools, a pole lathe and use of green timber.
  2. One who works in a rough and ready, slipshod manner.

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