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mess sb up

phrasal verb with mess uk   us   /mes/ verb

(CAUSE PROBLEMS)

to cause someone to suffer emotional and mental problems: Drugs can really mess you up.

(INJURE)

US slang to hit someone repeatedly so that they are badly injured
Translations of “mess sb up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 引起問題, 使(某人)出現精神問題…
in Chinese (Simplified) 引起问题, 使(某人)出现精神问题…
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