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clutter

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈklʌtər/ ( also clutter up)
to cover a surface, or to fill a place with things that are not tidy or well organized: [often passive] Every shelf is cluttered with ornaments.Making things dirty and untidy
Translations of “clutter”
in Chinese (Traditional) 塞滿,亂堆在, 使散亂…
in Russian загромождать…
in Turkish rastgele koymak, gelişigüzel/darmadağınık olarak yerleştirmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 塞满,乱堆在, 使散乱…
in Polish zagracać…
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