- n. 杂乱，混乱
- vt. 使凌乱；胡乱地填满
- n. (Clutter)人名；(英)克拉特
1. clot => clutter.
2. clot => clut- + 双写t加-er.
- clutter (v.)
- 1550s, "to collect in heaps," variant of clotern "to form clots, to heap on" (c. 1400); related to clot (n.). Sense of "to litter" is first recorded 1660s. Related: Cluttered; cluttering.
- clutter (n.)
- 1570s, "things lying in heaps or confusion," from clutter (v.); the "litter" sense is from 1660s.
- 1. Caroline prefers her worktops to be clear of clutter.
- 2. Empty soft-drink cans clutter the desks.
- 3. Don't clutter the page with too many diagrams.
- 4. The clutter of ships had little room to manoeuvre.
- 5. The garage is in such a clutter that we can't find anything.
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