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- v. to do badly, particularly to make a mess while doing.
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"My parents watched the speech at home, my father grumping the whole time about how he was going to make a hash of the job."
With that Place on her finger, Eleanor was likely enough to make a hash of the music, and then everybody would think it was a pity that she, Idris Campanula, had not been chosen.