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muddle

US [ˈmʌd(ə)l]
UK ['mʌd(ə)l]
  • n.混乱;糊涂;困惑;茫然
  • v.混淆;弄乱;搅混;使困惑
  • Web使混乱;使糊涂;弄糟
Simple Present:muddles  Present Participle:muddling  Past Tense:muddled  
muddle
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v.
1.
弄乱;搅混to put things in the wrong order or mix them up
Don't do that─you're muddling my papers.
别动,你会弄乱我的文件的。
Their letters were all muddled up together in a drawer.
他们的信都乱七八糟地放在一个抽屉里。
2.
~ sb (up)
使困惑;使糊涂to confuse sb
Slow down a little─you're muddling me.
说慢点儿,你都把我搞糊涂了。
3.
~ sb/sth (up).~ A (up) with B
混淆;搅混;分不清to confuse one person or thing with another
I muddled the dates and arrived a week early.
我搞错了日期,早到了一个星期。
He got all muddled up about what went where.
他对什么东西放在哪里全然记不清了。
They look so alike, I always get them muddled up .
他们看上去那么像,我总是把他们给搞混了。
n.
1.
[c][ususing]
糊涂;困惑;茫然a state of mental confusion
Can you start from the beginning again─I'm in a muddle .
请你从头再来一遍吧,我还是搞不清楚。
2.
[c][ususing][u]
~ (about/over sth)
(局面)一团糟,混乱a situation in which there is confusion about arrangements, etc. and things are done wrong
There was a muddle over the theatre tickets.
戏票问题搞得一团糟。
There followed a long period of confusion and muddle.
接下来是很长一段时间的困惑和混乱。
3.
[c][ususing][u]
混乱;乱七八糟a state of confusion in which things are untidy
My papers are all in a muddle .
我的文件混乱不堪。

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