disarray 的 2 个定义
- to put out of array or order; throw into disorder.
- to undress.
- disorder; confusion: The army retreated in disarray.
- disorder of apparel.
disorder, confusion, mess
- When the pandemic threw the world into disarray in spring 2020, most organizations responded by holding on—barely, at times.
- Obstructions that throw congressional proceedings in disarray.
- Economic relief talks in disarray as congressional bickering intensifiesBut Sens.
- Even though the Rockets are in disarray, the Wizards would have to give up more — a future first rounder, probably — to acquire Westbrook.
- The FDA’s head of lab diagnostics showed up to troubleshoot and found Lindstrom’s lab in disarray.
- Help, it turns out, is outside awaiting orders in a state of complete disarray.
- While Maye confidently presides over the public trial, her private life has fallen into disarray.
- As the world order falls into disarray, the U.S. must confront the fact that no other truly great power shares our values.
- Economic disarray has ignited resentment toward immigrants, Brussels, and the euro currency, which is shared by 18 countries.
- Antisubmarine warfare (ASW) has not stagnated, but it shows signs of disarray.
- Slowly the gas expired, and the firelight glowed on the blue and white check tablecloth and the disarray of tea-things upon it.
- Haggard, and with his clothing in disarray, he was not recognized by his own men, being sometimes rudely jostled.
- Besides this disaduantage of disarray, the shot of the Normans, did continually beate vpon the English with a grieuous execution.
- He looked at me for a moment, then brought his fist down on the general disarray with a thumping "I will!"
- "I come from Madam Bowker," he explained to Craig, humbly conscious of his own disarray and toiler's unkemptness.