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    Make a blunder!

    Do we say make\ commit a blunder?

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    Re: Make a blunder!

    I'd use make.

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    Re: Make a blunder!

    Why we say make a blunder. Only if you making "blunder" as a noun.
    But blunder itself is a verb and noun.

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    Re: Make a blunder!

    Quote Originally Posted by atchan View Post
    Why we say make a blunder. Only if you making "blunder" as a noun.
    But blunder itself is a verb and noun.
    Blunder is mostly used as a noun, but it can be a verb.
    Blunder | Define Blunder at Dictionary.com

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