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n ru A disagreeable mixture or confusion of things; hence, a situation resulting from blundering or from misunderstanding; disorder.
He made a mess of it.
My bedroom is such a mess; I need to tidy up.
n ru A large quantity or number.
My boss dumped a whole mess of projects on my desk today.
She brought back a mess of fish to fix for supper.
n ru Excrement.
Parked under a tree, my car was soon covered in birds' mess.
There was dog mess all along the street.
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n ru A person in a state of (especially emotional) turmoil or disarray; an emotional wreck.
Between the pain and the depression, I'm a mess.
He's been a mess and a half ever since you excommunicated him.
v ru (transitive, often used with "up") To make untidy or dirty.
v ru (transitive, often used with "up") To throw into disorder or to ruin.
v ru To interfere.
This doesn't concern you. Don't mess.
v ru (used with "with") To screw around with, to bother, to be annoying to.
Stop messing with me!
n ru Mass; a church service.
n ru A quantity of food set on a table at one time; provision of food for a person or party for one meal; also, the food given to an animal at one time.
A mess of pottage.
n ru A number of persons who eat together, and for whom food is prepared in common, especially military personnel who eat at the same table.
the wardroom mess
n ru A building or room in which mess is eaten.
n ru A set of four (from the old practice of dividing companies into sets of four at dinner).
n ru The milk given by a cow at one milking.
v ru To take meals with a mess.
v ru To belong to a mess.
v ru To eat (with others).
I mess with the wardroom officers.
v ru To supply with a mess.

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