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mess around

(UK also mess about)
phrasal verb with mess uk   us   /mes/ verb

(SPEND TIME)

C1 informal to spend time doing various things that are not important, without any particular purpose or plan: They spend their weekends messing around on their boat. My brother likes messing around with computers. He spent the day with friends, just messing about.
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(ACT STUPIDLY)

to behave in a stupid or annoying way: Stop messing around and listen to me!
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Traducciones de “mess around”
en coreano (쓸데 없이)-를 가지고 놀다…
en árabe يَعْبَث…
en portugués enrolar…
en catalán fer el ximple…
en japonés ふざけ回る…
en italiano gingillarsi, perdere tempo…
en chino (tradicionál) 浪費時間, 磨蹭…
en chino (simplificado) 浪费时间, 磨蹭…
(Definition of mess around from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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