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to make a mistake, or to do something badly
to make a careless or embarrassing mistake
to make a careless mistake
to make a mistake about something
to make a mistake, or to cause someone to make a mistake
to do something wrong, or to spoil something, especially by making mistakes
to not reach a particular level or to fail to achieve something that you were trying to do
to make a mistake when you are trying to achieve something
to fail to hit or reach something that you aim at
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