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Translation of "disarray" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

disarray

noun [U]     /ˌdɪs.əˈreɪ/ formal
the state of being confused and having no organization or of being untidy 淩亂,混亂,雜亂 Ever since the oil crisis, the industry has been in (a state of) disarray. 自石油危機以來,該行業就一直處於混亂狀態。 The news had thrown his plans into disarray. 這個消息打亂了他的計劃。 Her clothes were in disarray (= were untidy). 她的衣服淩亂不堪。 Dirt and untidinessConfusion, confusing and feeling confused
Translations of “disarray”
in Vietnamese sự lộn xộn…
in Spanish desorden…
in Thai ความไม่เป็นระเบียบ…
in Malaysian berselerak…
in French désarroi…
in German die Verwirrung…
in Indonesian berantakan, kekalutan…
in Russian беспорядок…
in Turkish düzensizlik, karışıklık, başıboşluk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 凌乱,混乱,杂乱…
in Polish nieład…
(Definition of disarray from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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