everything in disorder (idiom); in a hideous mess / at sixes and sevens
In today's episode we teach you perhaps one of the most common daily life chengyu we have in Chinese, and this basically means that something is a total mess. Most commonly, it is used to describe someones bedroom, desk, etc but can also be used for situations and affairs.
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