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trouble [troubles]◼◼◼ noun
[UK: ˈtrʌb.l̩] [US: ˈtrʌb.l̩]

mess [messes]◼◼◼ noun
[UK: mes] [US: ˈmes]

ruckus [ruckuses]◼◻◻ noun
[UK: ˈrʌkəs] [US: ˈrʌkəs]

confusion [confusions]◼◻◻ noun
[UK: kən.ˈfjuːʒ.n̩] [US: kən.ˈfjuːʒ.n̩]

rumpus◼◻◻ noun
[UK: ˈrʌm.pəs] [US: ˈrʌm.pəs]

pucker [puckers]◼◻◻ noun
[UK: ˈpʌkə(r)] [US: ˈpʌkər]

ruction [ructions] noun
[UK: ˈrʌk.ʃən] [US: ˈrʌk.ʃən]

criss-cross [criss-crosses] noun
[UK: ˈkrɪs ˈkrɒs] [US: ˈkrɪs ˈkrɑːs]

mess-up noun
[UK: mes ʌp] [US: ˈmes ʌp]

zűrt csinál

play hob[UK: ˈpleɪ hɒb] [US: ˈpleɪ ˈhɑːb]

raise hob[UK: reɪz hɒb] [US: ˈreɪz ˈhɑːb]

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mess [messes]◼◼◼ noun
[UK: mes] [US: ˈmes]

confusion [confusions]◼◼◼ noun
[UK: kən.ˈfjuːʒ.n̩] [US: kən.ˈfjuːʒ.n̩]

chaos◼◼◻ noun
[UK: ˈkeɪɒs] [US: ˈkeɪas]

turmoil◼◼◻ noun
[UK: ˈtɜːmɔɪl] [US: ˈtɝː.ˈmɔɪl]

commotion [commotions]◼◼◻ noun
[UK: kə.ˈməʊʃ.n̩] [US: kəˈmo.ʊʃ.n̩]

disarray◼◼◻ noun
[UK: ˌdɪ.sə.ˈreɪ] [US: ˌdɪ.sə.ˈreɪ]

disorder [disorders]◼◼◻ noun
[UK: dɪs.ˈɔː.də(r)] [US: ˌdɪ.ˈsɔːr.dər]

pandemonium [pandemoniums]◼◼◻ noun
[UK: ˌpæn.dɪ.ˈməʊ.nɪəm] [US: ˌpæn.dəˈmo.ʊ.niəm]

clutter [clutters]◼◼◻ noun
[UK: ˈklʌ.tə(r)] [US: ˈklʌ.tər]

hassle [hassles]◼◼◻ noun
[UK: ˈhæs.l̩] [US: ˈhæs.l̩]

mix [mixes]◼◼◻ noun
[UK: mɪks] [US: ˈmɪks]

shambles◼◻◻ noun
[UK: ˈʃæm.bl̩z] [US: ˈʃæm.bl̩z]

snafu [snafus]◼◻◻ noun

anarchy◼◻◻ noun
[UK: ˈæ.nək.i] [US: ˈæ.nərk.i]

turbulence [turbulences]◼◻◻ noun
[UK: ˈtɜː.bjʊ.ləns] [US: ˈtɝː.bjə.ləns]

coil [coils]◼◻◻ noun
[UK: kɔɪl] [US: ˌkɔɪl]

melee [melees]◼◻◻ noun
[UK: ˈme.leɪ] [US: ˈmeɪ.ˌle]

storm [storms]◼◻◻ noun
[UK: stɔːm] [US: ˈstɔːrm]

hubbub◼◻◻ noun
[UK: ˈhʌ.bʌb] [US: ˈhʌ.bəb]

panic [panics]◼◻◻ noun
[UK: ˈpæ.nɪk] [US: ˈpæ.nɪk]

muddle [muddles]◼◻◻ noun
[UK: ˈmʌd.l̩] [US: ˈmʌd.l̩]

jumble [jumbled, jumbled, jumbling, jumbles]◼◻◻ verb
[UK: ˈdʒʌm.bl̩] [US: ˈdʒʌm.bl̩]

huddle [huddles]◼◻◻ noun
[UK: ˈhʌd.l̩] [US: ˈhʌd.l̩]

maze [mazes]◼◻◻ noun
[UK: meɪz] [US: ˈmeɪz]

pickle [pickles]◼◻◻ noun
[UK: ˈpɪk.l̩] [US: ˈpɪk.l̩]

flap [flaps]◼◻◻ noun
[UK: flæp] [US: ˈflæp]

muss◼◻◻ noun
[UK: mʌs] [US: mʌs]

babel noun
[UK: ˈbeɪb.l̩] [US: ˈbæb.l̩]

helter-skelter noun
[UK: ˈhel.tə(r) ˈskel.tə(r)] [US: ˈhel.tər ˈskel.tər]

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