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messy

adjective (DIRTY/UNTIDY) 髒亂的     /ˈmes.i/
untidy 淩亂的,雜亂的;髒的 a messy kitchen 淩亂的廚房 messy hands/hair 髒手/淩亂的頭髮 His bedroom's always messy. 他的臥室總是淩亂不堪。 Dirty and untidy producing or causing dirt and untidiness 會把東西弄髒的,導致周圍變得雜亂的 Eating spaghetti can be a messy business. 吃義大利麵有時會把周圍弄得髒兮兮。 Vicky cooks really well but she's rather messy. 維琪的廚藝真的很不錯,不過她把東西弄得亂糟糟的。 Dirty and untidy messily     /ˈmes.ɪ.li/ adverb Serious and unpleasantNot attractive to look atInformal words for bad
(Definition of messy adjective (DIRTY/UNTIDY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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