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clutter

US [ˈklʌtər]
UK [ˈklʌtə(r)]
  • n.杂乱;杂乱的东西(尤指不需要的或无用的)
  • v.凌乱地塞满;乱堆放
  • Web混乱;一堆杂物;喧闹
Simple Present:clutters  Present Participle:cluttering  Past Tense:cluttered  
clutter
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v.
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~ sth (up) (with sth/sb)
凌乱地塞满;乱堆放to fill a place with too many things, so that it is untidy
Don't clutter the page with too many diagrams.
别用太多的图表来堆砌版面。
I don't want all these files cluttering up my desk.
我不想看到这么多文档乱堆在我的桌子上。
Try not to clutter your head with trivia.
尽量别满脑子都想些鸡毛蒜皮的事。
n.
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[u][sing]
杂乱的东西(尤指不需要的或无用的);杂乱a lot of things in an untidy state, especially things that are not necessary or are not being used; a state of confusion
There's always so much clutter on your desk!
你桌子上总有那么多乱七八糟的东西!
There was a clutter of bottles and tubes on the shelf.
架子上胡乱堆满了瓶子和管子。

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