I'm familiar with the word pooch as a cute synonym of doggy, but here is pooch used as a verb:
It was just a poorly done deal and it just so happens to be the biggest deal ever for Nasdaq and they pooched it, that's the bottom line here," said Joe Saluzzi, the co-manager of trading at Themis Trading in Chatham, New Jersey.
Is this a common usage of the word in US English? Or is it just an example of a Wall Street trader abusing our language?
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