- n.团,大群 v.把...编组,把...编成团,管辖
- You've made a mess of the job, ie done it very badly.
- What a cock-up!
- The children are making a lot of commotion.
- The wool got in a fearful tangle.
- 汤姆感到冷, 所以他挨著散热器把身子缩成一团
- Tom was cold so he huddled up against the radiator.
- The ten of us were squashed together like sardines in the lift.
- He crumpled the paper (up) into a ball.
- A cloud of suspicion is hanging over him.
- Suddenly the train roared into a tunnel and everything was black.
- It was pitch black but some sixth sense told me that there was somebody in the room.
- He fell down the stairs, landing in a heap at the bottom.
- Blended together into one unit or mass; intermingled.
- A mass, as of dust, smoke, or steam, suspended in the atmosphere or in outer space.
- A densely packed group or crowd, as of people or animals.
- None of the cast can act at all they're butchering the play.