mess something up Meaning in the Cambridge Essential English Dictionary

Meaning of "mess something up" in Essential English Dictionary

mess something up

informal phrasal verb with mess
/mes/ verb
to spoil something, or to do something badly: Susan messed up the arrangements for the trip.
Translations of “mess something up”
in Korean -를 망치다…
in Arabic يُخَرّب شَيئاً ما…
in Portuguese bagunçar algo…
in Catalan espatllar ac…
in Japanese ~を台無しにする…
in Italian mandare all’aria qualcosa, rovinare qualcosa…
(Definition of mess something up from the Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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