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  1. mess

    • IPA[mes]

    美式

    • n.
      a dirty or untidy state of things or of a place;a thing or collection of things causing an untidy or dirty state
    • v.
      make untidy or dirty;(of a domestic animal) defecate
    • noun: mess, plural noun: messes

    • verb: mess, 3rd person present: messes, gerund or present participle: messing, past tense: messed, past participle: messed

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    • 1. make untidy or dirty you've messed up my beautiful carpet
    • (of a domestic animal) defecate they had some problems with dogs messing in the store
    • make dirty by defecating he feared he would mess the bed
    • 2. take one's meals in a particular place or with a particular person, especially in an armed forces' mess I messed at first with Harry, who was to become a lifelong friend they messed together
    • n.
      the uniform worn by a military officer on formal occasions in the mess.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a room or building where people, especially soldiers, eat together.

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    • n.
      a person or thing that is spectacularly unsuccessful or disordered, especially one that is a ... this outfit is definitely a hot mess she is out of control and a total hot mess

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a room or building providing meals and recreational facilities for workers or military personnel: I can see a group of police in a mess room playing pool

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    • ph.
      meddle or interfere with so as to spoil or cause trouble

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    • n.
      a short jacket worn by a military officer on formal occasions in the mess.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a room or building where groups of people, especially soldiers, eat together.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a building or room providing meals and recreational facilities for officers in the armed forces: I soon settled into the rhythm of life in the officers' mess

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    • IPA[mɛs]

    英式

    • n.
      a dirty or untidy state of things or of a place: she made a mess of the kitchen my hair was a mess
    • v.
      make untidy or dirty: you've messed up my beautiful carpet

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  2. 知識+

    • 英文 messed up 的用法

      可以, 但是messed up兩個字加起來是糟糕、麻煩、因搞砸而壞事的意思。 所以如果mess要當成動詞...使用原型mess。 Don't mess it up. 不要把它給搞砸了。 She messes it up. 她搞砸了。 當然如果是過去式, 我已經把這件事兒搞砸了: ...

    • chaos和mess有怎麼不同?

      ...帶來更多瘋狂的壞事和大麻煩(trouble)也會跟著一起發生 但是mess卻不一定 它代表著亂和雜亂 (生活上的用法 很多時後它...補充: 補一: my brothers room is a mess (brother和s中間有一撇) 但是yahoo每次都會有亂碼 2007-02...

    • messing with my equilibrium

      這有很多種不同的翻譯, 我就只能把有可能的跟你說. 1.我失去了我的平衡 2.我失去我的勢力(這個我不卻定) 3.我沒有心情的另一種說法 歡迎追問