[French me-seen] /French mɛˈsin/
a village in W Belgium, near Ypres: battles 1914, 1917.
[me-see-nuh] /mɛˈsi nə/ noun 1. a seaport in NE Sicily. 2. Strait of, a strait between Sicily and Italy. 2½ miles (4 km) wide. /mɛˈsiːnə/ noun 1. a port in NE Sicily, on the Strait of Messina: colonized by Greeks around 730 bc; under Spanish rule (1282–1676 and 1678–1713); university (1549). Pop: 252 026 (2001)
[mes-ee] /ˈmɛs i/ adjective, messier, messiest. 1. characterized by a dirty, untidy, or disordered condition: a messy room. 2. causing a : a messy recipe; messy work. 3. embarrassing, difficult, or unpleasant: a messy political situation. 4. characterized by moral or psychological confusion. /ˈmɛsɪ/ adjective messier, messiest 1. dirty, confused, or untidy adj. 1843, “untidy,” […]
[mes] /mɛs/ noun 1. a dirty, untidy, or disordered condition: The room was in a mess. 2. a person or thing that is dirty, untidy, or disordered. 3. a state of embarrassing confusion: My affairs are in a mess. 4. an unpleasant or difficult situation: She got into a mess driving without a license. 5. […]
noun 1. a short, tailless jacket extending to just below the waist, used for semiformal military occasions and now especially as part of the uniform of waiters, bellhops, etc. noun 1. a waist-length jacket tapering to a point at the back, worn by officers in the mess for formal dinners