discombobulated

英 [,dɪskəm'bɒbjʊleɪt] 美 [,dɪskəm'bɑbjə,let]
  • vt. 使混乱;使泄气;使困惑
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discombobulated (adj.)
1834 (as discombobracated); see discombobulate.
1. The hecklers pelted the discombobulated speaker with anything that came to hand.
那些激烈质问者拿起手边的任何东西向惊慌失措的演讲者扔去.

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2. I get completely discombobulated when I work figures that big.
当我计算那么大一笔数时,我完全糊涂了.

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3. Her plans were discombobulated by the turn of events.
她的计划因为事件的变化而陷于混乱.

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4. The spokesman was completely discombobulated by the hecklers.
发言人完全被诘问者扰乱了.

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5. If a surprise, then the establishment is discombobulated, and the cover - up more likely to crack.
倘若这是一次令人惊讶之事, 那么权势机构就会被扰乱, 真相掩盖就有可能破裂.

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