a mess: un désordre
Please clean up your room, it's a real mess! Range ta chambre s'il te plaît, c'est un vrai désordre!
to mess up: mettre en désordre
The painters messed up the kitchen! Les peintres ont mis la cuisine en désordre!
Au sens figuré :
Sorry, I messed up. Désolé, j'ai fait une faute.
messy: désordonné, "bordélique"
- "Philip : There's no way I'm going to ruin my shoes cleaning up this mess."
- "The day after the accident, you told me that since you had caused this mess, you would be following up promptly and would keep me posted on developments."
- "Things might get messy."
- "They've made a terrible mess!"
- "Please excuse the mess, we had a party last night."
- "But I'm warning you Horatio, if this thing goes south, I am not going to be the one cleaning up the mess."
- "The Delavigne laboratory is a mess however, and I'm sure that Horatio keeps very bad records of his lab results."
- "Sorry about the mess in this meeting room. As I suggested in our telephone conversation last week, I'm going to need some convincing that your site is suitable to sell our products."
- "Clean up your mess"
- "The group, led by twin brothers Desmond and Brian Jones, is back together after a messy break-up nearly 20 years ago."
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