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blunder 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈbləndər/,
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blunders, plural;
  1. Make such a mistake; act or speak clumsily
    • - the mayor and the City Council have blundered in an ill-advised campaign
    • - I blundered on in my explanation
    • - blundering actors
  2. Move clumsily or as if unable to see
    • - we were blundering around in the darkness
Noun
  1. A stupid or careless mistake


  1. an embarrassing mistake
  2. drop the ball: commit a faux pas or a fault or make a serious mistake; "I blundered during the job interview"
  3. fumble: make one's way clumsily or blindly; "He fumbled towards the door"
  4. blurt out: utter impulsively; "He blurted out the secret"; "He blundered his stupid ideas"
  5. In chess, a blunder is a very bad move. It is usually caused by some tactical oversight, whether from time trouble, overconfidence or carelessness. While a blunder may seem like a stroke of luck for the opposing player, some chess players give their opponent plenty of opportunities to blunder.
  6. Blunder was a Channel 4 comedy sketch series shown in the UK on E4 and repeated on Channel 4. No announcement of a second series has yet been made.
  7. The Blunder (Czech: Ptákovina) is a Czech play based Milan Kundera.
  8. (blunderous) Prone to frequently blunder
  9. Sacrificing for a tactical disadvantage.
  10. The introduction of error by mistakes.
  11. very poor move, sometimes indicated on scoresheets or published analysis with two question marks; in contrast, an excellent move may be followed with one or two exclamation points.
  12. A large checker play or cube error, especially one made out of recklessness or inattention.   Compare: Whopper. See post by Daniel Murphy.
  13. A bad move or a mistake that changes the result of a game dramatically such as an equal position to a loss or a winning position to a draw (or loss).
  14. A horrible mistake that hangs material or makes enormous positional or tactical concessions.
  15. A usually serious mistake typically caused by ignorance or confusion - Ratliff makes a blunder there by fouling Curry.
  16. an oversight; the Tactics section of the Canon is full of them.
  17. An obvious mistake, often leading to immediate loss of material. Indicated by the symbol "??" in game annotations.
  18. (adjective) -- an avoidable, clumsy mistake ch. 5
  19. Moving your checkers in such a way that there was a far better way to do it. Making a very poor cube decision. Making a checker blunder gives your opponent a better chance of winning and will sometimes lead to them offering you a double.
  20. A very bad move, an oversight (indicated by "??" in notation).
  21. To totally miss something which is obvious, so that the opponent will now benefit.
  22. Blunder is a Grizzly bear that lives in a booth (library in the GBA remake) within Kremwood Forest.
  23. A very bad move or mistake. A typical excuse for a game one has lost is “He didn’t outplay. I simply blundered”. Such excuses are not considered good form. Mason said: the root of brilliancy is blunder.
  24. A very bad move that loses material or initiative without any or little advantage.
  25. A really poor move that costs you a lot of material or even the game itself.