动词过去式:disarrayed 过去分词:disarrayed 现在分词:disarraying 第三人称单数:disarrays
n [U] state in which people or things are no longer properly organized 混乱; 紊乱
*The troops fled in disarray. 部队仓皇逃散.
* Changing offices has left my papers in complete disarray. 办公室搬迁, 使我的文件全部乱了套了.
the state of being untidy or not organized
This left the Liberal Party in total disarray .
throw sth into disarray/fall into disarray
The delay threw the entire timetable into disarray.
1. The factory was in a state of absolute organizational disarray. 工厂陷于极度的组织混乱之中。
2. The factory was in a state of absolute organizational disarray. 工厂陷于极度的组织混乱之中。