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  • mess with — (someone) to annoy, worry, or cause problems for someone. I m tired of people messing with me and not telling me the truth. Usage notes: often used with not: You don t want to mess with this guy. Related vocabulary: fool with someone …   New idioms dictionary

  • mess with — phrasal verb mess with or mess around with [transitive] Word forms mess with : present tense I/you/we/they mess with he/she/it messes with present participle messing with past tense messed with past participle messed with informal 1) mess with… …   English dictionary

  • mess with — PHRASAL VERB If you tell someone not to mess with a person or thing, you are warning them not to get involved with that person or thing. [V P n] You are messing with people s religion and they don t like that... [V P n] Do you know who you re… …   English dictionary

  • mess with — challenge, fight with, mix it up with    We learned not to mess with the Mafia. Their revenge is deadly …   English idioms

  • mess with — verb a) to interfere Dont mess with the controls. I just got everything adjusted correctly. b) to diss; to put down. Hey! Quit messing with my brother …   Wiktionary

  • mess with — informal interfere with. → mess …   English new terms dictionary

  • mess with — become involved with, start with; cause problems …   English contemporary dictionary

  • mess with — …   Useful english dictionary

  • mess with (something) — 1. to take apart or fix something complicated esp. in order to learn more about how it works. I enjoy messing with computers the way some folks get pleasure from rebuilding old cars. 2. to change something in a way that is likely to cause harm.… …   New idioms dictionary

  • mess with somebody — ˈmess with sb/sth derived (usually used in negative sentences) to get involved with sb/sth that may be harmful • I wouldn t mess with him if I were you. • Don t mess with fireworks. Main entry: ↑messderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • mess with something — ˈmess with sb/sth derived (usually used in negative sentences) to get involved with sb/sth that may be harmful • I wouldn t mess with him if I were you. • Don t mess with fireworks. Main entry: ↑messderived …   Useful english dictionary

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