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in confusion or disorder / in a confused state of mind / disorder / upheaval / riot / illicit sexual relations / to throw into disorder / to mix up / indiscriminate / random / arbitrary
HSK 4
confusion / chaos / disorder
HSK 6
careless / reckless / casually / absent-mindedly / at will / at random / any old how
HSK 6
to disturb / to perturb / to harass
HSK 6
in disorder / deranged (mentally)
mojibake (nonsense characters displayed when software fails to render text according to its intended character encoding)
everything in disorder (idiom); in a hideous mess / at sixes and sevens
frenetic / hurried
the world in chaos / troubled times / (in Buddhism) the mortal world
to disturb / to look for trouble / to stir up a row / to bother sb intentionally
chaos of war
to act recklessly / to mess around
to indulge in flights of fancy (idiom) / to let one's imagination run wild
to act with confusion / to be in a flurry / to be flustered
to litter / to throw away
messy / disarrayed / disheveled / chaos
disturbance / riot / to create a disturbance
disorder / chaos
chaos / madness
incest / immorality / depravity / fornication
in a mess / in a jumble / chaotic
cholera
to leap and frisk about (idiom); lively / healthy and active
disordered and in a mess (idiom); all mixed up and chaotic
babbling nonsense (idiom); crazy and unfounded ravings / double Dutch
to make a mess / to mess with / to be wild / to sleep around / to jump into bed
to be dazzled
riot / rebellion / revolt
to fiddle with / to tamper with / to meddle with / to move randomly / to flail about
to talk nonsense / nonsense!
to discard in the wrong place (cigarette butts etc) / to leave one's things lying around
to spend recklessly / to waste money
turmoil / upheaval / unrest
lit. a deluge of heavenly flowers (idiom) / fig. extravagant embellishments / hype
insanity
in disorder / a complete mess
rushed and muddled
to run around all over the place
armed rebellion
to talk drivel / to make irresponsible remarks
one's thoughts in a whirl (idiom); confused / disconcerted / upset
bring order out of chaos / set to rights things which have been thrown into disorder
confused / rattled / flustered
to mess up / to mismanage / to bungle / to confuse / to muddle
to wish for the whole world to be in chaos (idiom)
(idiom) to lose one's head / to panic / to go to pieces
to spend money recklessly / to squander
dirty and disordered / in a mess
numerous and disorderly
turmoil / social upheaval
to start a rebellion / to rise in revolt
matted (of straw or hair) / unkempt / overgrown / scraggly / thatch
Gone with the Wind (film)
to disrupt / to throw into disorder
to doodle / graffito / doodle
to break the law and violate discipline (idiom)
dazzled / confused
to pass off as genuine / spurious
the Yellow Turbans Peasant Uprising at the end of later Han (from 184)
in a mess / upside down
confusion
to flee in disarray / to scatter
An-Shi Rebellion (755-763) of 安祿山|安禄山 and 史思明, a catastrophic setback for Tang dynasty
lit. heart distracted, thoughts in turmoil (idiom); distraught with anxiety
to claw wildly / to scratch frantically / to arrest people indiscriminately
to corrupt politics
internal disorder / civil strife / civil unrest
anxious / agitated
to mess up / to put into disorder / to meddle with / to confuse
(coll.) squalid / squalor
rocks / stones / rubble / riprap
promiscuous
in disorder / messy
soldiers munity and troops rebel (idiom); turmoil and chaos of war
astigmatism (medicine) (Tw)
(idiom) to become agitated / to get worked up
the whole country in rebellion
to eat indiscriminately
calamity and chaos / devastating disorder / great turmoil
fig. restless, because of fear or strong emotions
lit. quick sword cuts through tangled hemp (idiom); decisive action in a complex situation / cutting the Gordian knot
(coll.) to cause trouble for sb / to inconvenience
hysterical
(slang, jocular, neologism c. 2006, used esp. in relation to public figures) the things you and your friends get up to (misbehavior, scandals etc) leave me shaking my head
in a great mess / chaotic
to jump about / (of the heart) to beat wildly
to concoct a cock-and-bull story (idiom) / to make things up
random lies and falsehoods
to inconsiderately shout
noisy and in disarray / in an uproar
to write without basis
lit. tangled skein / in a tremendous muddle / confused
late Tang peasant uprising 875-884 led by Huang Chao
chaotic situation
to jaywalk
variant of 繚亂|缭乱
rebels and traitors (idiom) / general term for scoundrel
to rebel against the emperor (idiom)
to confuse / to befuddle
to be promiscuous / to sleep around

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