- muddled and completely collapsing (idiom); in an awful condition
a total mess
- adj confused 糊涂的; 混乱的: muddled thinking 紊乱的思绪
- n.总数,合计 adj.总的,全部的,整个的 v.合计,总数达,达到
- n.混乱,脏乱 v.弄乱
- What a fearful mess!
- Things have come to a pretty pass when the children have to prepare their own meals.
- The travel agent completely cocked up the arrangements for our holiday.
- The room was in a mess.
- It's a terrible mess.
- I tried plastering a wall yesterday and made a total mess of it; now I'll have to call in an expert, which just proves that it is very man to his trade.
- Like Mr.Perot, the77-year-old Mr.Chung is campaigning on a platform that the country's current leadership has run the economy into the ground, though it is a tough argument in South Korea, where economic growth this year is running at more than7 perce
- A fine mess; a pretty kettle of fish.
- Atty so drunk that trial suspended.
- The new bookkeeper says the accounts are a shambles.
- Around baffin island in northern canada he said where thick ice was the norm in springtime years ago seas are often a dangerous slushy mess.
- And the authorities felt ridiculous and behaved in a rather ridiculous fashion and it was all a mad hatter's tea-party for a while.
- The spilt milk and scattered books made a terrible mess on the floor.
- The office was in a complete mess after the three secretaries suddenly quit.
- The entire campaign had been badly mishandled.