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all over the place

B2 put or left in a lot of different places in an untidy way: There were dirty dishes and clothes all over the place.
in every place: You can buy T-shirts like this all over the place.
informal not correct or suitable: His drumming was all over the place.
(Definition of all over the place from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “all over the place”
in Chinese (Simplified) 凌乱,杂乱, 到处, 不正确的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 淩亂,雜亂, 到處, 不正確的…
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