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mess in Military topic

messmess2 ●●○ S3 verb  1 [transitive] to make something look untidy or dirty He scratched his head and messed his hair even more.2 [intransitive, transitive] British English if an animal or person messes something, they use the wrong place as a toilet He was so drunk that he messed the bed.3 no messing4 [intransitive]PMDF to have meals in a room where members of the army, navy etc eat together mess around mess around with somebody/something mess up mess with somebody/something→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
messAbove all, why were these chaps messing around with helium-filled contraptions, in an age of routine rocketry?We were like each other; she knew what she wanted and she didn't mess around.So even when he'd got the drop on them they could still count on messing him around somehow.The team improves, and the weaselly son gets too profit-minded and temporarily messes things up by selling Ed.At first they think the builders have messed up the drains.There remains the danger that the national farming crisis might mess up the Six Nations fixtures.Hey, man, are you messing with my Phyllis?The lowest levels of activities are not messed with.